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Izzy Martin’s philosophy is,

Izzy Martin’s philosophy is, “tell the people what they want to hear, but I’ll do what I want, regardless.” Izzy didn’t ask for citizen approval when she sought a “wild and scenic” designation. Advised not to by State Assemblyman Sam Aanestad, her desires (not representative of Nevada County people) compelled her to approach Senator Byron Sher to get that designation from the State. Izzy also says NH 2020 is dead, but if re-elected, she will exhume NH2020. We all will be threatened again with the loss of property rights.

We don’t want a dictator, we want a representative.

George Young

Penn Valley

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