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LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Chris Jerome makes sense

To the editor:

I am so excited that Chris Jerome is running for South Whidbey port commissioner.

I have known him and his family for over eight years. Chris has the drive, entrepreneurial spirit and business acumen to bring a much-needed vitality back into our local economy. A brief visit to his Web site (www.chrisjerome4psw.com) will familiarize you with his platform in support of South Whidbey. Please take a moment to visit his site, and get to know him better.

These are pivotal times for our local economy. Your decision for port commissioner will set the economic recovery course for South Whidbey. Your informed vote is all that is needed for South Whidbey to revitalize itself. This is an important race and every vote counts. We need Chris in the port commissioner role.

What Chris Jerome is saying makes sense. He would be a driver for thoughtful economic growth. His vision for growth dovetails nicely into a region that values stability, the environment and a unique island lifestyle. As a seasoned leader in business, Chris understands the importance of delivering solid and achievable solutions that address what people want and need.

As an avid boater, he understands the delicate balance between our irreplaceable natural resources and economic development. He has the skill, experience and vision that this position requires.

Please join me in support of Chris Jerome and his vision for South Whidbey.

Mike Klim

Langley

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