Hamburg Township voters are ready for decency and common sense to come back to township government.
After all the nonsense of last year, they want a new clerk who will take care of the people's business efficiently and without a lot of fuss. And that person is Annette Koeble. And that's what they'll get Tuesday (Feb. 23, 2010) when they vote for Annette in the special election for Hamburg Township Clerk.
Annette has more than 40 years of "hands-on" business experience, including working 25 years with Turner Electric Service as the office administrator. Annette did everything from handling the books, payroll, bank deposits, correspondence -- you name it. And anybody who can work for the same employer for 25 years must know how to get along with people.
Annette has lived in the township since 1982 -- far longer than any other candidate.
She has been attending board meetings for two years and knows the issues well -- but she is a fresh face politically and is not involved at all with the past board in-fighting.
The special election will take place Tuesday with polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Vote for Annette and let her go to work for Hamburg Township.