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To the editor:

I have set up three town meetings: Oct. 10, Lincoln Community High School; Oct. 24, Lincoln Junior High; Oct. 25, Chester-East Lincoln; all set for 6-8 p.m. All Logan County citizens and elected officials are invited. The topics of these meetings are open.

There are many urgent developments on the horizon in Logan County. As we are a growing community, so it is important that we can communicate with each other our thoughts and concerns, for the betterment of all citizens. I also hope to bring all together as a team to show that there is a face behind your representative.

I hope to have very well-attended town meetings with lots of debates.

I will also be announcing my first student of the month winner at the Oct. 10 meeting at Lincoln High School.

So I hope to see all concerned citizens and elected officials at one of the town meetings, and if for some reason there don't seem to be any important issues brought up, then we will still have a relaxed, laid-back-type town meeting for all to enjoy.


Pat O'Neill
Logan County Board member

[Posted October 09, 2007]

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