I’m a candidate for an at-large Augusta City Council seat because I have the education, experience, commitment and public service record to do the job well.

In 1992, I received a council resolution from Mayor William Burney Jr. that recognized my 15 years of community service on the Augusta Conservation Commission, and for my work on the Community Development Advisory Committee, where I wrote a million-dollar Community Development Grant for downtown Augusta.

As a four-term city councilor, I initiated and co-chaired the Capital Action Plan in 1996 and the Call To Action Plan on Mental Health.

From 2005-2011, I established and became president of the Friends of the Flatiron in order to save and to preserve this historic treasure.

I love Augusta and want the city to thrive and to have a vibrant quality of life for the people who live and work here.

I’m asking for your vote on Nov. 5.

Mary D. Mayo-Wescott

Augusta

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