Grapevine officials have merited repeated re-election

Posted Thursday, May. 02, 2013  comments  Print Reprints

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We have lived in Grapevine for almost 35 years and have watched the city grow from a sleepy little town to a nationally recognized city. So much of that success is directly attributable to the excellent vision and business acumen of our mayor, William D. Tate, and the City Council.

These public servants are re-elected because of their hard work and the high level of success that resulted.

The term limit proposition on the May 11 ballot would end our ability to elect and retain the most qualified, effective candidates.

A vote “against” the term-limit proposal is a vote for keeping your right to determine who will successfully guide a great city.

— Martin & Janis Honeycutt, Grapevine

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