Aispuro best pick for Sandpoint council

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Though i don’t live in Sandpoint I do conduct a lot business and pleasure time there. Over the years I have heard repeated many times “Sandpoint is difficult town for small business.” True or not, if this is the perception it hurts the economy and tax base for the town. In this light I ask the voters of Sandpoint to support hard working, bright and enthusiastic Joel Aispuro. I have watched this young man work with his family too build and maintain a successful business in

Sandpoint. Joel has no special agenda, he is not a trust funder looking for a hobby job, or a patron of any “special group.” He is honest and forthright. Please give him your vote for Sandpoint City Council.

L. SCOTT HANCOCK

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