Sprenger Sees Clear Choice: "old guard power structure vs. fresh, local, hard work. "
Received this via email from Felton resident and businesswoman Barbara Sprenger:
Sept 30, 2012
While FLOW (Friends of Locally Owned Water) was working to purchase Felton’s water system from a foreign multinational, I stopped in Bruce McPherson’s Sacramento office. I was told by his chief aide that Mr. McPherson would -- unequivocally -- NOT meet with or help us. If he wouldn’t meet with a large, local group on something so critically needing his state-level help, why would we expect his attention now?
The 5th District Supervisor race provides a very clear choice: old guard power structure vs. fresh, local, hard work.
I’m truly excited to support Eric Hammer for Supervisor. I’ve known him for years: he’s come up through the grassroots, really listens, rolls up his sleeves and works harder than anyone I know for our kids, our environment, our economy. At every forum, his understanding of what’s actually happening locally and how to create real, positive change ran circles around his opponents.
Note: The community can meet both candidates at a public forum Tuesday 7-9pm at the High School.