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posted: 4/18/2011 1:00 AM

RM alderman found campaign valuable

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My sincere thanks to all the 3rd Ward residents that supported my campaign to be your alderman for another four years. I am humbled to say the least.

A special thank you to all the residents who allowed me to place campaign signs in their lawns, and also to the great campaign staff I had that gave so many hours of their time to make sure we got our message out to the residents. Campaigning is one of the hardest things anyone goes through to try to make a difference in their community.

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I dedicate part of this letter to all the men and women that stepped up to the plate and ran for office with those thoughts in mind. I say to them to please stay active, and volunteer your time on city committees or boards. Gain that experience of how a city really runs.

I walked the 3rd ward for 30 straight days campaigning. The most satisfying thing I got out of that time was being able to talk to the residents. Believe one thing, my heartstrings were tugged on many days. I found a special experience in those talks that will live with me forever.

We have such great residents in our community, and that remains my same opinion today as it did when my family and I moved into our city 40 years ago. My love and pride in our city has always been my steppingstone to serve it's residents.

I am proud to serve our residents and again thank all of you, and may God bless our city and its residents.

Alderman Larry Buske

Rolling Meadows

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