Letter writer: Nelson is committed to smart land-use policies for Buncombe County

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We urge voters in District 2 to join us in supporting Nancy Nehls Nelson for Buncombe County commissioner.

Nelson will be a strong voice and a full-time commissioner from day one, as she knows the issues and is committed to making Buncombe an even better place to live, work and raise our families.

She truly wants all residents to have easy access to county services, a good education and good jobs. She is committed to smart land-use policies to protect our heritage and our mountains.

If you haven’t seen it, go to her website and listen to her campaign song, “The Red Pickup Truck,” and please consider Nancy Nehls Nelson for Buncombe Country commissioner [for] District 2.

— Bill and Roi McGuire
Black Mountain


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