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Jennings qualified to serve on City Council


Stephen Jennings’ decision to campaign for a seat on the Watertown City Council is a result of long-standing educational opportunities, work experiences, community involvement and a desire to make a difference.

Steve, if elected, will effectively serve in this important role within city government. Through work with public health, Steve developed strong administrative and leadership skills that will advance the work of the council and the city.

Information on a topic is always gained and alternatives explored before decisions are made and plans developed. Appropriate work plans are expected before projects are to be implemented. Outcomes measurement is a part of functions so results and progress may be identified.

Revisions are completed if such is indicated. Budgetary funding and cost factors are always assessed. Education of the public is ever a concern so necessary information is related and known.

Steve is most positive and strives to improve situations. These few characteristics mentioned here, and others possessed, are all desirable in a city of Watertown councilman.

As a resident of Watertown and the county, Steve is most active and serves on a great number of local boards and committees as well as being involved with other voluntary work. With most of the organizations participated with, Steve is quickly tapped and assumes officer and other leadership roles, which then greatly benefit each entity and ultimately the people receiving services.

Several interests held and community work accomplished have been on the behalf of Alcohol & Substance Abuse, Cornell, Fort Drum Health Planning, Hospice and Prenatal Care. For these and others, outstanding contributions were made with numerous advancements the result. Agency recognition awards were frequently received for work accomplished. For just the few community involvements noted here and others worked with, the information gained and accomplishments produced are all positives wanted in a city of Watertown councilman.

Steve’s knowledge, attributes and experiences will assist in identifying the priorities of the city and developing necessary responses. The issues of Watertown that should be addressed will be if Steve is elected to the City Council on Election Day.

Please vote for this outstanding individual who will make a difference serving the city as a councilman.

Jean Bilow


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