Dear Decaturish – In support of Betty Blondeau
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I’m writing in support of Betty Blondeau’s candidacy for the Decatur City Commission from District 1. Decatur needs Commissioners who have demonstrated a clear sense of community, dedication and vision to be part of the decision making process for the City. Betty has consistently shown she has the qualities I believe are essential of a leader, integrity and tenacity being two of her strongest. She lives out her beliefs every day in the manner with which she translates her values into action on behalf of the residents of Decatur.
My wife Cynthia and I have known Betty since moving into Decatur 4 years ago. We’ve deeply admired her positive attitudes and optimistic engagement with the neighborhood. In the last couple of years we have observed her involvement in various elements of Decatur and Dekalb government become more impassioned and active. She has helped educate us in the reality that decisions made at the City and County level have a greater impact on the quality of our lives than do those made at the State and National level.
Betty has earned our enthusiastic support. We know that she will do a great job representing us on the City Commission.
– Olen Wood
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