Letter: ‘She says, “How can I help?”’

October 25, 2022

I’ve had the pleasure of working with Joy Fate for many years and, time and time again, Joy has proven herself to be a woman of action. She’s not afraid to jump in and get things done, with compassion and integrity. One of the things she says the most often is, “How can I help?” — and then you’ll find her with her sleeves rolled up, knee deep in the trenches.

There are people in our community who would not be alive today, were it not for her tireless service.

She cares about transparency, fairness, small businesses and working class families.

We will be lucky to have Joy Fate in City Councilor position 2.

Vanessa Houk

Ashland

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