These elections are the most important to be placed upon us in decades. There are so many projects left to be completed that the new council must be a council of action. Flood-proofing Yenda, our roads, the rail-freight terminal, community hospital, dumping, vandalism and the basin plan should all be priority issues.
I want people to put their trust in me to lead the city for the next four years and push as hard as I can for a university campus in Griffith, greater development, retaining the Railway Street land and to assist businesses, farmers and small business to create more employment.
Griffith is facing many challenges and council will need to work as a cohesive unit to go forward.
The issue I’d like to focus on is keeping the population stable or increasing it so the outlook is better for business in town.
As mayor, I’m offering honest, determined stability and striving to make the hard decisions to push Griffith forward.
Vote for those that have served you well, can deliver the goods and will continue to do so in future.
Make your vote count. I’m independent, even though I am grouped with Dino. I am a strong person and very determined to do the right thing for council and for the town.
I hope people use their vote wisely and know who they’re voting for and what those people stand for. They need to vote for mayor and councillors based on what councillors do. People should vote the way they want instead of what’s recommended.
John Dal Broi
I have the experience, the knowledge and, most importantly, the respectability to lead this council for the next four years. If I am elected, there will be changes for the betterment of ratepayers in Griffith.
Look for vibrance, energy and passion in your candidates.
I hope people use their power to vote wisely. I have a proven track record now after four years on council.
Make your vote count. Make sure you number to six and really think about who you’re voting for and what they will do as a representative of your community.
I don’t take anyone’s vote for granted – I appreciate every one. You’ve just got to keep it simple and get it right.
If people want fresh blood and new ideas and energy, they should give the new people a chance and go with people who are independent.
Vote for the type of community leadership you want for the future.
A vote for me is a vote for a voice for all members of the community with honesty, integrity and family values.
As a previous president of a ratepayers association and the Community Development Council, and having been a member of another ratepayers association, I know about factions, in-fighting and the internal workings of local government. I feel I will bring more stability to the chamber.