March 23, 2020 – Barton, WI – We are small business owners and residents of Barton for the last 32 years, and we support Justice Madl for reelection as Alderman of District 7 in West Bend (Barton).
Justice goes above and beyond in helping to make Barton a better place to live, work and play.
This is a man who holds Barton Business Association meetings every two weeks to help small businesses by listening to their needs and to plan events to improve and beautify the area.
Every two weeks without fail. And when events are planned, he attends every one to help set up, serve, and clean up afterwards.
This is a man who snow blows the sidewalks of his constituents when we get a snowstorm.
This is a man who emails his neighbors to find out if they need anything during this Corona Virus epidemic.
This is a man who managed to get parking lines painted up and down Barton Avenue when former aldermen and City officials said it couldn’t be done.
This is a man who goes out and physically hangs from the street lights to put up holiday decorations in November and goes out to remove them after the holidays.
This is a man who maintains a business on Barton Avenue, who has his doors open each and every day to welcome constituents’ opinions and suggestions.
We have seen more improvements and activity in the last two years than we have for a very, very long time.
Vote for Justice Madl on April 7
Jeff and Debra Slais
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