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Reader Opinion: Tabatt for Baxter City Council

Zach Tabatt deserves your vote for Baxter City Council this November! I have known Zach for 14 years and I can't think of a more qualified individual for the job. He is a moral, ethical, trustworthy, selfless and hardworking person who always doe...

Zach Tabatt deserves your vote for Baxter City Council this November! I have known Zach for 14 years and I can't think of a more qualified individual for the job. He is a moral, ethical, trustworthy, selfless and hardworking person who always does the right thing. He and his wife, Jessica, a podiatrist for Essentia Health, are raising their two young children in Baxter. It is Zach's concern for the future of his children and the future of all Baxter residents that motivates him to serve as a council member. While I am not currently a resident of Baxter because of my husband's military service, I was raised there and we hope to call Baxter home in the future. I am confident the city and all of its residents will be in good hands with Zach on the city council.

Katie Loscheider (Perpich)

Fayetteville, NC

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