Kuhnel to greet voters at Arts Alive
Eureka City Council candidate Ron Kuhnel posted comments on the Herald recently about his dedication to public service, and invited voters to come talk with him during Old Town’s monthly event. Excerpt below.
I will… continue to do my level best to work to make this a community we can all be proud of. On Wednesday I kicked off my campaign, On Thursday I participated in a Transportation Safety Committee meeting. On Thursday afternoon I worked on the Keep Eureka Beautiful Street Tree Planting Program, and later that day participated in a Planning Session for the Eureka Heritage Society Annual Home tour on October 3rd (mark your calendar – it will be great). Saturday I worked at Washington School on the Safe Routes to School “Step in to Safety” event.
I know some people have made fun of this degree of civic involvement on my part, but I feel I should be judged as much on what I do, as on what I say. A key part of my campaign platform is I am a man of action, not just words. I hope people take the time and trouble to listen to what I hope to accomplish, and then believe I have what it takes to actually deliver on the promises. For some of what I hope to accomplish watch the video on this blog entry.
I could not cover everything in that talk. But I will be at Arts Alive in front of the Gazebo on Saturday, September 4th, rain or shine. Stop by, and I will be happy to answer your questions and listen to your concerns.