A drive through Oak Harbor reveals volumes about the District 2 Commissioner race. It seems that almost every empty lot, owned by only a few developers, has an oversized Jill Johnson sign. These are some of the same people who want to extend urban sprawl out over farmlands and forests.
Rewind to the last election when voters were clear about their concerns for our farms, open space, property values and public health and safety.
They elected Angie Homola because she understood the effectiveness of transparent government, and had the visionary planning ability to develop our economy and maintain our quality of life.
A vote for Jill is a vote to return to an age of cronyism and backroom government, where the interests of a few will usurp the desires of many.
I prefer a commissioner who puts citizens first. Maintain your voice in county government. Re-elect Angie Homola.