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Article posted: 4/3/2013 9:50 AM

Time is right to elect Frasier

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There are three candidates to be your next mayor in Mundelein. Two are sitting trustees and as such they have had several years, opportunity and platform to offer their ideas for policies and Ordinances to improve the Village. They did not.

Wally Frasier has served Mundelein for decades, and in each position (i.e., Mundelein Parks & Recreation District, American Legion, police chief) he has been a positive, proactive contributor to the quality of life in Mundelein.

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Wally is intelligent, kind, considerate -- and he knows to be a good leader, one needs to be a good listener.

I was raised in Mundelein from 1946 at age 3. Resident until mid-1999; Mundelein taxpayer through 2007. Was honored to serve as trustee 1975-1977 and mayor 1979-1989.

Having known Wally, appointed Wally to chief of police, and worked with him, I know he's a "doer." He will be fair, open-minded, dedicated and effective. He is the right person at the right time. Mundelein needs his talents now.

Colin L. McRae

Grayslake

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