Marana is sending out their early ballots, and I urge you to cast your vote for Jon Post in the upcoming election. I've known the Post family for 3+ years. Jon truly loves Marana and is citizens. He is pro-family and pro-Marana.
Today Mayor Ed Honea called me today and urged me to get the word out about Jon and the need for him to remain on the city council. Some exciting things are coming to Marana, and Jon has had a big hand in making things happen. They just received permission to start the interchange at Continental Ranch. Jon fought hard for that one. I'm relieved that I'll be able to just get off the freeway to go to Safeway verses drive around the mountain to get there!
The mayor knows that Jon Post will do what is best for the town of Marana and so do I!
The mayor is also supporting Carol McGorray for re-election as well.
FYI-I applied to be the alternate on the Marana Police Citizens' Advisory Commission after getting involved with the unattended child in vehicle ordinance re-wording. I was voted in unanimously by the commission and my name will go up for approval before the town council next month. The mayor and several of the council are supporting me, so it should pass. Please let me know if you have any concerns or subjects you would like to be brought to light in upcoming meetings. We truly want Marana to be the safest and best community in Southern Arizona!
| Post is owner of Post Farms. Post Farms is a company that employs 20, farms 4,000 acres and operates a retail outlet. |
He serves on the board of directors for Trico Electric Co-op, the Cortaro Water Users Association and Cortaro Marana Irrigation District. He also served as chairman of the Town’s Planning and Zoning Commission and was president of the Marana Junior Rodeo Association.