To the editor:

The Town of Kinderhook needs Tim Ooms as its next Supervisor.

Tim has served on the Town Board for 10 years and is our current Deputy Supervisor. He has a thorough knowledge of how the Town’s government works and will bring expert management and administrative skills to the job.

While on the board, the Town obtained more than $2 million in federal and state infrastructure grants, acquired the Martin H. Glynn School building which houses our municipal governments, improved access to Volunteer Park, supported the complete overhaul of the Town’s website, and did so while keeping taxes stable and low.

Looking forward, Tim is focused on rebuilding the aging and rapidly deteriorating water pipes that provide some Town residents with water supplied by the Village of Valatie. Tim has the requisite skills needed to bring all parties together to find a reasonable and affordable solution to get the job done. He is approachable and dedicated to the welfare of all the Town’s residents.

Tim and his family are well known in the community for their exemplary work as dairy farmers. Land conservation and management are in his wheelhouse. Tim is a fiscal conservative who understands the importance of keeping taxes under control and the need to seek alternative revenue sources to help meet the needs of our community.

Along with his running mates Debbie Johnson and Sean Casey, The Town of Kinderhook needs Tim Ooms at the helm.

Jerry Callahan

Kinderhook

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