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Re-elect council incumbents

Coralville works. It works for small and large businesses. It works for individual citizens and families. It works with its partners at the UI and the other communities in the corridor. It works hard. It celebrates with gusto.

Coralville works in no small part because its City Council works. We are planning to vote to re-elect current councilors John Lundell, Henry Herwig, and Tom Gill. We are asking you to join us. They work well together, and they work hard for us. Let’s keep that momentum working for Coralville.

Sue and Bob Dvorsky
Coralville residents

Mims for City Council

I am writing in full support of Susan Mims for an at-large position on the Iowa City City Council. In the time that I’ve known Susan, she has impressed me with her ability to objectively and thoroughly analyze issues before forming a position on how to proceed. Furthermore, she has a natural ability to not only listen to input and consider suggestions with an open mind but also make decisions, provide tangible reasons for those decisions, and move forward with action plans.

It is clear that Iowa City faces a great number of challenges in the months and years ahead, but I am confident that with Susan as a member of the City Council, our community will be well-positioned to handle those challenges more effectively and efficiently.

Please join me in voting for Susan Mims for Iowa City Council.

Shaner Magalhaes
Iowa City resident

Lundell for City Council

In the coming years, our Coralville City Council will guide the development of the Iowa River Landing, the new Coralville Performing Arts Center, and other projects that help make Coralville a wonderful place to live and work. When voting on Nov. 3, please consider John Lundell and his extensive history of city service as a former firefighter, library board member, and his past six years on the City Council. John has dedicated himself to the sustained and successful growth of Coralville.

John is an exceptional ambassador for the city. He brings people together, carefully considers numerous viewpoints before making decisions, and finds connections and common ground. His 29 years as a Coralville resident and his decades of community service have provided him with the experience we need in a city leader.

Corinne Peek-Asa
Coralville resident

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