'Anthony Rizzo for Highway Superintendent'


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As a longtime resident born and raised in Monroe, Anthony Rizzo has always been here for the people of Monroe.

As a prior Highway Superintendent he carefully listened to and acted upon issues that required addressing the needs of the people to correct them.

For many years we had a drainage problem caused by broken pipes under the road. Seven years ago Mr. Rizzo not only looked at the problem, but corrected it by replacing what was needed.

We have heard of other families with similar issues that he had personally seen to helping. Tony really cares about the people in his town.

Street lighting is another issue of concern. Why are the existing lights not replaced with LEDs?

With the solar farm, would it not save a large amount of money?

Instead of eliminating street lighting causing more dangerous conditions, perhaps install more then to increase the safety on our roads?

This would be a concerning issue for Tony Rizzo as Highway Superintendent as well as others in charge.

Please vote for the man who shows us by action and does the job. Anthony Rizzo for Highway Superintendent.

Meryl M. Migdel

Monroe



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