Privacy respected |

Privacy respected

It’s almost election time again. The candidates are out knocking on doors. Most of the time they are not deterred by our “no trespassing” sign and come to the door anyway.

So I must say we were very impressed by the respect extended to us by Nate Beason, candidate for District 1 supervisor. We had not met, and rather than violate our privacy, Nate left a note asking for permission to contact us. This is the type of action that wins votes.

Erik and Elizabeth Fjeldheim

District 1

Grass Valley

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