We were glad to hear that Kathy Chiaverotti was again running for Muskego mayor.
We believe that she has done well for the city and its residents and, in doing, so has kept the public's seemingly unquenchable need for drama to a minimum. A few bumps in the road (car wrestling in parking lots notwithstanding) are acceptable and fully expected in politics. Such is life.
We applaud her first term and believe she handled the learning curve with devotion to doing a job with pride.
We encourage residents to look at the experience and professionalism of Chiaverotti and vote for her on April 1.
Steve and Joanne Klinko
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