Muhlfeld a strong leader

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We have many reasons to be grateful for living in and around Whitefish. Among those reasons for me is having an extraordinary leader of our city government. John Muhlfeld is an outstanding mayor, and our community is fortunate that he is willing to serve another term of office.

John approaches all issues and points of view with equanimity and a profound sense of fairness. He places the best interests of Whitefish and its citizens at the forefront of all his guidance and decision making. He is a keen listener and fully considerate of every point of view and opinion. His preparation on a vast set of demanding issues facing our city is second to none.

Few of us agree with every decision made by the city. But every issue that comes before our mayor is given thorough analysis and due appraisal.

John is co-owner operator of a very successful company and has deep respect for, and understanding and appreciation of our business community. He is a hydrologist by profession and an avid outdoorsman. John has a profound understanding of the value of our surrounding environment and its direct impact on the prosperity of our city.

His clarity of judgment will help us to effectively meet the complex challenges of balancing robust growth and tourism with the preservation of the character of Whitefish and the way of life we all cherish.

Whitefish is very fortunate to have John Muhlfeld as mayor. Letís re-elect him resoundingly.

Steve Lull, Whitefish

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