YOUR OPINION: Brevard County Commission Candidate Bryan Lober Will Clean Up Lagoon, Repair Infrastructure
By Michael Hartman, Merritt Island, Florida // August 2, 2018
LOBER IS self-funding his campaign, is self-made entrepreneur and family man
EDITOR’S NOTE: Former Brevard County County Commission candidate Michael Hartman has endorsed Bryan Lober for Brevard County Commission District 2. Hartman was defeated by Jim Barfield in August 2014 by 348 votes out of 9,600 votes cast in a four-person Brevard County Commission District 2 Republican primary. Lober will face Chuck Nelson in the Republican primary election on Aug. 28. The winner will then run against the victor of the Democratic primary between Victoria Mitchner and Jack Smink.
LOBER IS CANDIDATE FOR BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 2
BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – I heartily endorse Bryan Lober to be our next District 2 Brevard County Commissioner.
For the last 5 years, I have heard the complaints and desires voiced by the residents of District 2. We want a commissioner that will fight for lower taxes, a cleanup of the Lagoon, infrastructure repairs and improvements, and who is not beholden to the entrenched good ol’ boys that have caused the problems with the Lagoon and our way of life over the last 30 years.
Bryan will work to lower our taxes by fighting to reduce bureaucracy, focus county spending on “needs” as opposed to “wants,” and audit each department to reduce expenses. Bryan has a better idea to clean up the Lagoon by collecting real-time scientific data through ORCA Kilroy sensors.
He believes that there are no sacred cows in the budget, and will prioritize spending on road, bridge and sewer repair.
Finally, Bryan has no financial ties to anyone in any district of the county and is self-funding his campaign so that he will not be beholden to any of the entrenched establishment.
Bryan is a self-made entrepreneur and family man. He understands what it means to live on a budget, and as a County taxpayer, he will scrutinize the budget to make sure that every dollar is spent only as needed and that waste is defunded.
– Michael Hartman, Merritt Island, Florida
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