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A warning to objective voters in Nevada City

A warning to objective voters in Nevada City. If you sit at home on March 5th because you don’t think the election is exciting enough to warrant your participation, remember, only the zealots will win.

Denis Kutch says he believes in respecting the integrity of the neighborhoods in Nevada City, and has backed it up with details in a campaign mailer. His two opponents paint him to be a growth-crazed architect, hell-bent on soliciting Kmart to Broad Street. Likely, someone is telling the truth and someone is spreading red-flag rumors. I find Kutch to be the most credible and believable.

Jodanna Bishop

Nevada City

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