Letter to the Editor 3-1-13
I would like to say “thank you” to all of the dedicated people who worked so hard to get out the information to Cloud County voters on the .75% sales tax to support the repayment of bonds for the proposed new Cloud County Health Center facility. You people dedicated a big portion of your life for many months to develop this excellent plan for financing a new hospital facility and getting the correct information to the voters.
I am ready to assist in any way when the Hospital Board decides what the next step will be in finding a way to finance our new Cloud County Health Center facility. Don’t give up on this plan! Thank you, thank you, for all of your hard work on this project.
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