From Patrick McGrady:
Patrick McGrady, candidate for Mayor of Aberdeen in the municipal election to be held on November 8, 2011, announced today a town hall style meeting at the Aberdeen Library.
The event is free to the public, and starts at 6PM at the Aberdeen branch of the Harford County Public Library.
“It is very important that candidates for office meet their potential constituents. This meeting will give the hard-working people of Aberdeen a chance to meet me and learn what I’m about. I look forward to talking with them about their concerns and questions about improving Aberdeen.”
McGrady proposes reducing the water bills, cutting property taxes, and getting back to basics in Aberdeen.
McGrady said “The people of Aberdeen are really hurting with these constantly increasing water bills and property taxes. I will fight for the people against these frequent tax hikes and water bill hikes. I love Aberdeen, and it can be great, but it’s going to take hard work. ”
“The Aberdeen residents feel disconnected from their City government for lots of reasons, including changing the City Charter to make the length of term 4 years instead of 2, without holding a referendum. Another reason is that the Mayor hasn’t been working for the City. Instead of fighting against the toll hikes at the Hatem Bridge, Mayor Bennett was in Ocean City. The first week of October, he was in Augusta, Georgia, lobbying for the Ripken Baseball Group. The people deserve better.”
If there are any questions, Patrick has made his cell phone number public to ensure a direct communication with the public. Please contact him anytime at 410.357.1234 or find him on Facebook or on the campaign website at www.McGradyforMayor.com.
Patrick McGrady is running for Mayor to restore good government in Aberdeen. He believes that a government closest to the people governs best. He will work every day to reduce the cost of government in Aberdeen, so people can afford to live in our great City. Voting will take place on November 8, 2011, at the Aberdeen Senior Center, 7 Franklin St., Aberdeen, Md. 21001, next to Festival Park.