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McMurray to run for Grand Island town supervisor

•Taken from the Aug. 7 Island Wide Dispatch

Fri, Aug 7th 2015 02:00 pm

Nathan McMurray ("Nate") is an experienced attorney, businessperson and proud citizen of Grand Island. He has used his talents to help build and defend some of the world's most successful companies. Now he wants to use those same skills to serve you as your new town supervisor.

You may not know Nate - this is his first time running for office - but some people you do know are fully behind him. Just ask around. Longtime Town Supervisor Peter McMahon and longtime Town Clerk Nancy Samrany have both endorsed Nate. Former Councilman Jim Sharpe has also endorsed him.

You see, Grand Island is changing. And it's sadly changing for the worse. While other communities are adapting and taking advantage of development in our region, we run the risk of becoming little more than overflow space for Buffalo and Niagara Falls. We need someone to keep Grand Island special and help it prepare for the future.

Most our town leadership has been in place for a very long time. And they have failed to even find solutions for many long-standing problems we all see. Plus, they lack the creativity to adapt to new challenges and opportunities. Nate can and will do what they can't.

To learn more about Nate, his vision for the Island, and a candid view of how he sees the issues that affect Grand Island, visit Nate's website (www.votemcmurray.com), and then on Nov. 3, Vote McMurray, for a more Grand Island!

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