Check Marc vote for M.E. in the Primary Election May 15

There are so many things swirling around in the daily press. Lets take a look at some of them:

North West Property Owners Alliance Forum, April 10, 2018

This was a great forum to attend and I truly appreciate all of you supporters who came to listen and help out!

County supports opt-out option on building permits, March 19, 2018

This was a victory for Kootenai County residents. We heard public testimony from many residents. Several special interest groups lobbied to keep all building codes in place, but more individual citizens spoke up in favor of opting out. You spoke, we listened.

"commissioners, on a 2-1 vote late Monday night, made the decision following more than three hours of testimony during a public hearing attended by roughly 400 at the Kroc Center."

Some Say That the May 15 Primary vote will determine whether or not the building permit opt out will stay in place and that's right! If you want to keep the liberty to build with the opt out you will have to vote for the candidate who supports it - my republican opponent does not want you to have an opt out. Is government the Servant or the Master?

Eberlein announces re-election bid for county commissioner, February 24, 2018

"I was elected by the people of Kootenai County to represent their interests. Hard decisions are made daily; testing the wind is not an option. Spending other peoples' money is not a responsibility to take lightly." - Eberlein

"It was a pleasure to work with Marc. He is a man of high moral standards and integrity who always puts the county first," said former District 3 commissioner Dan Green..."


Other issues dating before my term in office:

You may recall prior events which give Kootenai County residents concern:

Land use code red, County huddles, reconsiders strategy, CDA Press, 6/19/13

ULUC and Kendig Keast is gone Some of us still recall these dandy one-liners;

District 1 - "From this process it's obvious we aren't going to have a Kumbaya moment," Commissioner Todd Tondee said. "I don't think we will be able to educate all of them. Some of them don't want to be educated."

District 2 - "I am sure we can make headway there, but we'll never make it simple enough for everyone," Nelson said. "I think the real problem is public education."

Fast forward - Having served with Dan Green for 2 years, I came to have a great appreciation for Dan's dedication to fiscal responsibility and his mind quickly sorted out the critical facts of issues to make decisions. Dan is a man of great honor and integrity. His word is good and I was proud to serve with him and came to call him friend. We had disagreements without being disagreeable. Dan, thank you for your service sir, Marc

A Look at Change, CDA Press, 2/7/11 (restructure of govt., I'm not a fan)

Paid for by Marc Eberlein for County Commissioner, Kevin Kimpton, Treasurer