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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Preserving Milton's Past, Securing Its Future.

Milton is more than a just a city — it is a way of life. Although the City of Milton is only three years old, the values of hard work, dedication and devotion to family and community bind us. They are rooted in the generations who preceded us and must be passed down to those that will come after us. These values were instilled in me by my parents and grandparents and, together with my husband Mark, we have passed them on to our children, Claire and Ryan. I am privileged to have all four generations of my family living right here in Milton.

When you consider for whom you will vote this year, I ask that you vote for the candidate who has lived in this community for my than 25 years and understands what it means to love this City. I ask that you vote for the candidate who worked to create the city of Milton, to annex additional land into the City and has fought to preserve our history, our green space and our rural character. I ask that you vote for the candidate who will do everything in her power to both preserve our past and secure our future. I am Karen Thurman and I ask for your vote on November 3rd.
Courtesy Thurman For Milton

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

what a nice photo

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Anonymous said...

Nice photo of her family, but I will be voting for Bernard Wolff.

Anonymous said...

More drivel!

Anonymous said...

Karen, did you think letting the cat out of the bag about Bernard's family would help you win the election? Do you have any family skeletons in your closet.

Anonymous said...

How about the timeline of the JT Adams pitches to the community and council sponsored by Thurman for a $7M government center. The bank foreclosed on JT in August, yet she failed to mention this minor detail when she again put him in front of council in September. Really now, she needs to be more careful when giving out her favors to her developer friends

Anonymous said...

That is a beautiful photo of your family Karen. Kudos to the photog.

Anonymous said...

Great family photo and thanks for donating your time to help our city.

Karen, you go girl!!

Anonymous said...

A nice picture of her family DOES NOT make her the leader we need or stop her from over developing our city. Bernard Wolff gets my vote. He'll preserve the Milton we are all here for. Bernard, please post a nice picture of your family....it appears that is all it takes to get votes from people who don't understand issues and the risk our city faces if Thurman is left in office to develop the heck out of it.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, but Karen gets my vote.

Anonymous said...

Geez I was just paying her a compliment. That is all.

Anonymous said...

She has your vote? Which are you, a developer or one of Weiland's attorneys?

Anonymous said...

Your photo paints a nice image of a nice familily, too bad there's no truth to that. All this family cares about is making money and they don't care who they hurt in the process. You will all learn the truth very soon. I would not vote for Karen if she were running unopposed.

Anonymous said...

Please let's get back to the real visuals that should scare voters about Thurman and Lusk. Ride past all the commercial developments and commercial land in Milton and you'll see Thurman, Lusk and Longoria signs. Left up to them, Milton will look like Pleasant Hill Road and Gwinnett Place Mall area. The way they keep handing out variances, it's probably too late anyway. Oh well, there's always beautiful Cumming, GA.

Anonymous said...

What do you think if "moonbat" julie gets her slate of puppets in? You ever seen a ghost town?

Anonymous said...

No, but it might not be so bad after all.