The following was submitted to the GeneseeSun.com for publication by Gary Wheat of Avon.
Jeannie is deeply invested in Avon. She’s an Avon business Owner, an Avon homeowner, as well as a single mom with two children; age 6 and 10, both attending Avon Central School. If you get the opportunity to view Jeannie’s record of achievements, both personally & professionally, you’ll also see that she’s not at all afraid of hard work.
With Jeannie, women will get a voice and a vote on the Town Board again for the first time in ten years! I, for one, think that is crucial toward having equal representation for all in our community.
With Jeannie, you’ll have a board member with a law degree. She’s represented both sides of the aisle over a period of 16 years, seven as prosecutor, and currently as a private attorney. As much as Avon taxpayers spend for continuing legal representation, it will be a valuable asset to have a second legal opinion, as well as an opportunity to avoid many of those costs entirely.
Even today, Jeannie provides legal counsel through her Not for Profit business, GVLA, Inc., to impoverished individuals in Livingston County. Her history of service to those in need goes back decades. She was officially honored for her service as far back as 1998, when she received the “O’ Sullivan Memorial Scholarship for Service Award” while attending Law School.
I’m confident that the Town of Avon will benefit greatly by having Jeannie’s business background, her legal knowledge, her work ethic, and her inherent thriftiness.
I’m proud to be voting for Jeannie Michalski on November 3rd, and hope that you will too!
Gary Wheat – Avon
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