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Mayor's Message

Friday November the 2nd 2018

Greetings friends and neighbors!

I am always amazed at how quickly time goes by, the year is just flying by. This is the  weekend daylight saving ends and clocks fall back an hour at 2 am November 4th. Did you know, that daylight saving started as an energy conservation trick during World War 1.

It's getting darker out sooner and roads are slicker with wet leaves and dampness please be mindful of our most precious commodity, our children. That school bus is stopped around the corner and  the deer are busy this time of year and are running every where drive carefully and be alert.

Finally, Tuesday the 6th is election day. Some people take the vote for granted.

During his presidency, Abraham Lincoln preached the importance of the government being of, for and by the people. Playing an important role in making sure the government reflected their desires and functioned according to the guidelines of the constitution. Get out their and make your voice heard and cast your vote!

In Your Service,

Mayor Keith Smith


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