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Hanover Supervisor Candidate Millican Impresses in Forum with Incumbent Supervisor Peterson

The Mechanicsville TEA Party hosted a candidate forum this past Monday night featuring Incumbent Hanover Board of Supervisors member Canova Peterson and challenger Glenn Millican. Millican is challenging Peterson for the Mechanicsville District seat. About 70 people showed up to the event.

There were a total of 24 questions and each candidate was given one minute to answer. Questions were submitted by residents prior to the forum and the order of the questions was determined by a random drawing prior to each question.

It was obvious after a few questions that the main concerns of the Hanover residents submitting questions were:

  • Government Ethics with a particular concern for the behavior of the current elected Board of Supervisors.
  • The decision to eliminate proffers.
  • Over development.

The first question set the tone for the evening and comes at the 10 minute mark of Part 1 of the video below.

The question was concerning the Board’s approval of several mixed housing / high density / low income housing projects which is seen as social engineering and asked that the response include an example of increased property values due to such housing approvals.

Peterson’s response, in a somewhat defensive tone, defends the low income housing approvals by stating that the social engineering aspect comes when “we” (and by ‘we’ I assume he means the board) try to decide who has a “right” to live here and who does not. “We have a need for all types of housing in this community. Not just single family housing for the well to do,” Peterson said. And he says teachers and fire department “deserve” to be able to have homes too. Many of them when they are starting out cannot afford that first house. One of the things we have done is to eliminate proffers to reduce the price of those houses. We reduced the price on those houses so that the (here Peterson either says “little” people or “lower” people) can afford to buy a house quicker. Our children are no longer “banned” to live in other communities because they cannot afford to live in the county they grew up in.

Comments: Just wow. I wish we had an opportunity to follow up with questions during the forum. We did not elect the current Board of Supervisors with a mandate that they decide which salary levels are acceptable and which are not. In part 2 of the forum videos at about 6:30 Peterson said the lower income cutoff did not include people who work at McDonald’s. So here, Peterson has set an income level as far as who “deserves” affordable housing in Hanover to be someone with a better job than McDonald’s and somewhat less than a Firemen. So Peterson sets the banishment bar (his words) above McDonald’s and below Firemen. And fact checking his claim that housing prices would drop by eliminating the proffers, Peterson offered no data on which this claim was made. And the fact is, housing prices have actually increased since proffers were eliminated. County Administrator Rhu Harris actually contradicts Peterson’s statement according to the Herald Progress:

One of the arguments for eliminating proffers was that the cost of housing would go down. In a presentation on the state of the county in November, County Administrator Rhu Harris reported that new housing costs were up by 13 percent in 2014.

Developers apparently have not passed their savings on to the consumer, fracturing one of the supervisors’ optimistic yet flimsy arguments in support of proffer elimination. Voting to eliminate proffers were supervisors Wayne Hazzard, Canova Peterson, Sean Davis and Ed Via. Supervisors Bucky Stanley and Angela Kelly-Wiecek voted against the motion and Supervisor Elton Wade was not present due to illness.

So who is not telling the truth here? Harris or Peterson?

Glenn Millican’s response spoke to the heart of the issues Hanover Residents have concerning the approval of a number of mixed low income housing projects. While Peterson also failed to give an example of anyone’s property values increasing from the actions of the current Board, Millican began by defining the purpose of zoning:”The fundamental concept of zoning is to protect homeowners and property owners from incomparable, unhealthy and adverse conditions. It is to provide for adequate infrastructure and support to residents, and not add to burdens. Hanover cannot afford the infrastructure that is shown on the Comprehensive Plan to support the densities that are on that plan,” Millican said.

Millican also suggested that instead of Peterson’s plan of dumping cheap development in Hanover County we pay the teachers and fireman and adequate wage so that they can live in Hanover. Millican stated that this is the cheaper alternative to the low income housing costs to the county.

The next question was specifically about the propriety of a District Planning Commission adviser who is also a Real Estate agent for a broker and the potential for a conflict of interest. Millican stated that this has actually occurred in Hanover. And he believes any such person should recuse themselves from anything that even hints at a conflict. And he referenced how high the ethical bar is in his profession – a CPA.

Peterson said he agreed with Millican, pointed out that the situation presently exists and that this person has recused themselves a number of times. And then Peterson defended those with conflicts saying they can’t be banned from public office. And he believes that everyone has acted with integrity.

The next question at the 15:15 mark in Video 1 was about the loss of $52 million that occurred when the Board eliminated proffers.

Peterson claims that the county “lost nothing” because they never had $52 million. And this comes after stating 2 questions ago that the elimination of proffers made housing more affordable. I wish we were allowed a follow up question here. Because either eliminating proffers cost the county money or it reduced the cost of housing – which was also not the case according to Rhu Harris. Peterson said “what we had was a wish and a hope the money would come”.

My statement to Peterson is if we elect you to supervise the County, part of your job is to ensure that monies due are collected. You just admitted that you are failing to oversee the proper collection of what is due the county.

Millican completely disagreed with Peterson on this and said that they removed $52 million in revenue from the revenue stream with no thought whatsoever on how to replace it. And what the Board actually did was to distribute the cost from developers ot the taxpayers of Hanover. Millican went on to tell Peterson we are in a hole and we need to stop digging. As more and more developments are approved, the hole is getting deeper and deeper.

In a question on why residents are not allowed to ask questions at meetings, Millican believed that they should be able to ask as many questions as they want at the Board meetings and that all county documents and accounts should be posted on the internet for easy, searchable access. Peterson prefers the current method with taxpayers asking their questions by phone or in a Town Hall.

The question on elected school boards, Millican is not opposed as long as it is done to improve the schools. Peterson does not favor elected School Boards unless they can raise taxes. His answer was pretty much non responsive.

We had the back yard chicken question. Peterson likes hens but not roosters. And he does not support allowing chickens. Millican would not support Roosters, but he sees a prohibition on chickens as government overreach.

The next question was about making decisions that financially benefit campaign contributors. Millican said he finds that disgusting. Peterson said the same, but offered no explanation as to why he kept silent when this happened on the Hanover Board.

Both agreed Common Core was a bad idea.

Part 1 below



Part 2:

Question about a BOS member voting on a zoning change that wold benefit them. Peterson gave what looked like a very uncomfortable answer and offered qualifying comments. Millican said he believed it was a felony. He would not sweep that under the rug.

Another question on ethics had to do with a board member overseeing the refinancing of a debt bond that went from $37 million to $89 million and then the same supervisor subsequently had land in the area zoned to light industrial. Millican said this was an issue of conflict and this made his head spin. He could not defend this. Canova Peterson defended this saying that this was apples and oranges.

Question: Providing housing types is a function of the market and is not a legitimate function of government.

Oddly, after telling the crowd that he is fine with Government (6:30 in Part 2) deciding a McDonald’s worker is not deserving of affordable housing in Hanover and a Fireman is deserving, Peterson admits that providing housing types is not a function of government. Here, he completely contradicts his earlier statement. And he calls housing a “right”. Not sure which Constitution that is in. And he says we should not throw “stumbling blocks” in the way of builders. Here I assume he is again talking about proffers. Is this a hint at what Peterson really thinks about proffers? This seems to show a pro development bias which many believe is the real reason he voted to eliminate proffers, putting developers ahead of taxpayers.

Millican reiterated the definition of zoning and he believes that anything else if government overreach.

A question on placing all spending online Peterson is opposed to doing this because it is too much work. Millican is in favor of putting all of the financials online.

Another ethics question concerning FOIA. Millican is absolutely in favor of openness. This question, I believe, has to do with several board members who wanted to allow more secret meetings when 2 or 3 board members meet in private. There was a desire expressed to hide this from taxpayers.

A question on cutting spending. Peterson wants to keep the taxes low. But Hanover has added numerous personnel in Fire and Safety and reduced jobs in other areas. Millican said taxes are the last thing to consider. Developing an economic base of businesses is paramount.

Part 3 includes a short statement from Millican that per student spending in Hanover has dropped from $5,100 in 2011 to  $3,800.


I was impressed with Glenn Millican’s answers and his knowledge on the topics and questions. Canova Peterson seemed quite defensive at times when the questions were critical of the job the current Board of Supervisors has done. And if I didn’t know which party these two gentlemen belonged to,  I would think that Peterson was the Democrat and Millican the Republican. Millican gets very high marks on ethics and his understanding that even the appearance of unethical and self serving votes are a problem. Peterson spent a lot of time qualifying several questions in an attempt to excuse the behavior that has managed to cause concern among many Hanover Residents. Peterson’s suggestion that housing was a right and the taxpayers ought to bear the burden of low income housing because certain “classes” of citizens deserve affordable housing and others do not created quite a juxtaposition with Millican’s concerns for government overreach and government intrusions into our daily lives.

People in the county believe that eliminating proffers cost us money. And enriched the pockets of developers and those connected to development such as Peterson who is an Architect. And those who had concerns for the numerous potential lapses and certainly the appearance of ethical lapses need to view these videos carefully. Democrat Millican was harshly critical of these lapses and Republican Peterson actually defended them.

I believe that Millican came out of this forum as the candidate more concerned with ethics, he shares a concern with many in the county that eliminating proffers was a costly mistake and that we are putting in too many low cost housing projects that are going to prove costly in the long run as the taxpayers start paying for the additional infrastructure and support elements associated with the over development.

I’m not sure Canova Peterson did much to make a case for his reelection in this forum. Watch the videos and judge for yourself.

Millican proved to be well qualified and intelligent enough to to grasp the long term implications of the actions of the current Board of Supervisors.

Thanks to the Mechanicsville TEA Party for an informative forum.



Part 3

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog. Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

24 Responses to “Hanover Supervisor Candidate Millican Impresses in Forum with Incumbent Supervisor Peterson”

  1. Juris Doctored says:

    Part 2:

    ONLY two Supervisors oversaw the renegotiation of the $39 million dollar Lewistown CDA Bond to $89 million behind closed doors: Canova Peterson and Wayne Hazzard.

    Wayne Hazzard owns a 10 plus acre lot on Lewistown Road which he REZONED AFTER HE RENEGOTIATED THAT defaulted CDA bond with developers. Now is it for sale. Listed with his friend on the School Board- Hank Lowry but who noticed?

    Of course Hazzard’s property benefited from that SECRET MEETING.

    Glenn Millican is absolutely correct. It is unethical and Hazzard never should have been allowed to serve on that bond committee with his own personal conflict of interest.

    Hazzard’s conflicts of Interest are adding up quickly-

  2. Julian Cozart says:

    Peterson said everyone ( on the board) acted with Integrity? LIAR

    Hazzard owed over $400,000 in proffers along with one of his largest campaign donors: Sonny Hill.

    Hazzard did not recuse himself from the vote. If he had, proffers would never have been eliminated.
    Wade was in the hospital and Kelly Wiecek and Stanley voted to keep proffers. Wade would have voted with them. Davis, Hazzard, Peterson, and Via voted to eliminate proffers. If Hazzard had disclosed his conflict- in the Diamond Group- and recused himself- and he and Peterson hadn’t pulled a fast one and called for that vote when Elton Wade was absent with a serious illness- the taxpayers wouldn’t have lost $52 million in revenue.

  3. Julian Cozart says:

    Peterson Lie #2- Everyone acted with integrity…..

    Sean Davis’ employers at the time, RCI Builders and Hometown Realty, owed more than $2 million dollars in proffers taxes. Davis did not recuse himself from the vote.

    When your employer donated to your campaign and has that much money riding on a vote-
    You do the right thing. You don’t vote your boss a $2 million dollar pay day. Those developers then took that vote to the banks and said, “Gee look I can get a new line of credit because I just had $2 million wiped off my debt to Hanover County.”

    An Investigation needs to be done on the proffers committee and their ties to Board members of Banks and other Lending Institutions and investors in those banks who benefitted from this historically ignorant vote.

    Now Davis works for a Lobbyist- the Virginia Automobile Association. How can Davis represent tax payers in Hanover County when he represents an organization fundamentally opposed to raising taxes that impact his clients- Car Dealers?

    Oh yes Mr. Peterson. Teach us more about ethics in Hanover County.

  4. Julian Cozart says:

    Mr. Peterson Lie #3. Ethics….

    Summer Duck Farm. Elton Wade voted against this subdivision in Chickahominy and it failed.
    On the drive home, Mr. Wade received a phone call from the developer. Wade decides he wants to change his vote. Under current county code, the developer would have to postpone another hearing for 12 months. But not in Hanover County where the supervisors are unethical.

    The vote was given a “Mulligan” and this time Hazzard and Wade changed their votes and the subdivision was approved.

    The question to ask Peterson is this: Did EJ Wade Construction Contracts have anything to do with Elton Wade’s Do over vote?

  5. Julian Cozart says:

    Peterson Lie #4. We act with integrity.

    Ashley Peace, wife of Delegate Chris Peace, is the Cold Harbor Planning Commissioner appointed by Elton Wade. FOR CHRIS PEACE AND HIS DONORS WHO ARE DEVELOPERS.

    Developers who donate generously to Delegate Chris Peace’s campaign funds regularly have development interests before the board and Ashley Peace never recuses herself and Wade knows it.
    Charleston Ridge Apartments- Wade stated Ashley Peace supported that project and told him to vote for it. IT’S IN THE MINUTES LOOK THEM UP. Look up the investors in that project.

  6. Accountant says:


    The taxpayers’ loss was significantly more than $52 million. That figure was derived from the more than 4000 new residential rezonings on the books at the time of the vote. Since that vote in 2012, thousands of new residential rezonings have been approved in Hanover County. If the $19,500 per house proffer hadn’t been wiped off for the developers, Hanover Schools would have the revenue needed for improvements. Now as it stands, Hanover will need new schools and more bonds will be issued or tax increases imposed to fund them.

    Peterson wanted to replace the proffers tax with a car tax- a tax on the “little people” who could least afford to pay it like seniors and students.

  7. Mel Saunders says:

    Mr. Peterson and his planning Commissioner Randy Whitaker were found using their personal gmail accounts to conduct official county business in order to avoid FOIA. Mr. Peterson had multiple email accounts like Lois Lerner from the IRS. Mr. Davis was also guilty. Mr. Wade, Mr. Via, and Mr. Stanley refuse to use the county email system.

    What’s ethical about that Mr. Peterson?

    If my memory serves me, you were all caught red handed in the Mechanicsville Theater FOIA documents. The citizen group from Mechanicsville busted you.


  8. Iris Williamson says:

    Mr. Hazzard appointed his good friend and business partner from Express Electric- formerly Hazzard Service Corporation to the Hanover County Planning Commission from the South Anna District.
    This man- Larry Leadbetter- was his campaign manager for Hazzard’s supervisor race.
    This man also works for Hazzard’s company- Pro Con, Inc. at Hazzard’s Lewistown Industrial Complex on Central Drive off Lewistown Road and Route 1 in Ashland.

    How is this ethical Mr. Peterson when Hazzard is now the Chairman of the Hanover County Board of Supervisors and Mr. Leadbetter is now the Chairman of the Hanover County Planning Commission?

    Mr. Hazzard rezoned his land in Ashland at Lewistown Road? Then listed it for sale? After voting to give away the taxes on the Lewistown Road outlet mall so his land would be more valuable when he sold it?

    FOIA? They can talk on the phone and avoid any document or email trail.

    Now that is UNETHICAL.

  9. Iris Williamson says:

    Talk to Deb Wetlaufer- that lady who organized Mechanicsville neighborhoods and stopped the theater in Brandy Creek if you want to know about Peterson and Whitaker’s personal use of email.

    Funny the county attorneys just let that slide- why were no planning commissioners asked to step down for knowingly violating the laws? Peterson knew better. He just didn’t care. This is the same man who wrote the Op Ed in the newspapers calling for weaker FOIA laws in the General Assembly so Supervisors could meet in secret and not have to call it an official meeting. No record. of meetings. about development. from which the Board members. could profit.

  10. Colette P. says:

    Hanover County is a Kingdom not a County.

  11. Gloria Matteson says:

    Why didn’t the moderators of the forum ask Mr. Peterson why the County recently transferred $2.5 million from the County Reserve Fund to the School Fund to pay for a new track and new bleachers at Lee Davis High School? Proffers could have paid for those improvements.

    That would have been the “Gotcha Question” for Mr. Peterson.

    Instead the Taxpayers of Hanover County had to make up those funds- lost proffers- that went into the pockets of the developers who elected the All Republican Board of Supervisors they are so proud of.

    Millican should win this seat. There needs to be a system of checks and balances – otherwise crooks could conduct business unethically. LOL

  12. Ryan Beasley says:

    Mr. Peterson needs to be defeated and Mr. Hazzard needs to be issued a subpoena and forced to resign. It is unbelievable that Hazzard is running unopposed. But then he has everyone in South Anna thinking they are sitting on the winning Power Ball Lottery Ticket if they own 100 acres for development.

    I laugh at the old days when Ashland supervisor Tim Ernst had to step down from the Board for having a travel agency. Conflict of Interest? My God- that was nothing compared to this Board.

    If Peterson goes for a rezoning on his land to Business or Mixed Use or Multi- Family in Mechanicsville- after defeating Debbie Coates- who said all along and rightly so that was the only reason Peterson was running against her for supervisor in 2011, then Hanover County Deserves the Government they elected.

  13. Robert Shannon

    All of you folks have a legal remedy available to you-filing a criminal complaint with the Virginia State Police as I have on the Conflict of Interest Statute that is on the books.

    A Conflict of Interest clearly exists ( more examples in Hanover than I can count) and if one takes the time to read the actual statute you will see the clear examples of numerous conflicts. The people who can remedy your complaints are The Hanover Sheriff ( good luck there ) the County Commonwealth Attorney ( good luck there) or the Virginia State Police, where I went because neither the County Sheriff or the County Commonwealth Attorney are going to go after their pals.

    These conflicts are inherent when you stack the BOS with real estate sales people, builders, developers, and assorted professions that benefit from runaway development. Millican, who did indeed come across as more comfortable with the ethics portion of the discussion is a “pay them more. the schools and sheriffs department are underfunded” type of guy. This guy will open up the checkbook because he is a democrat, he believes any problem in Hanover can be solved by spending more money—-don’t delude yourselves by believing anything else.

    The sad truth is you have a choice—and a very bad one—between a guy who is owned lock,stock and barrel as they say by a single industry, and a guy who will tax and spend each of you into oblivion.

    I was at the ” debate” and didn’t hear a single intelligent question on ” where can Hanover cut spending ? Why has the current Board failed to follow through on it’s 2011 promises to “shrink Hanover government” ?

    While zoning and conflicts of interest concerns are legitimate…if I still lived in Hanover I would be selling my home , because the level of tax increases coming to you soon will be truly staggering.

    The current Board (even those reelected ) won’t care, they will be long gone.

    Bob Shannon

  14. Juris Doctored says:

    Mr. Shannon:

    Excellent explanation to the voters outlining the “why” behind the developer led support by 2015 HABCC President Emma Lee Mitchell and her Chamber and Business members to re-elect Trip Chalkley Hanover County Commonwealth’s Attorney. Mitchell was appointed by Hazzard and Peterson to head up the Proffers Committee in 2012. As a residential real estate developer, Mitchell owed hundreds of thousands of dollars in proffers and created an appointed committee of developers who would vote to eliminate those proffers and her debt as well as Hazzard’s . She served as Chalkley’s campaign manager when he ran for office. She worked hard to elect Hazzard and defeat John Gordon for South Anna Supervisor.

    One developer told former Hanover Commonwealth Attorney and challenger Ed Vaughn he would spend $30,000 of his own money to defeat Vaughn in the June 9th Republican Primary. ( Vaughn issued the Conflicts opinion against former Ashland Supervisor Tim Ernst and others and the Hanover developers intend to control that office)

    No conflicts statements against developers or contracts will be issued in Hanover County- the reason they removed Kirby Porter from it. Kirby Porter wasn’t going to be told what to do by the former Sheriff and his developers from Middle Resolution. But the baton has been passed down from Sheriff Cook to Colonel David Hines through Middle Resolution support and Hines worked very hard to re-elect Chalkley.

    The only avenue left for Hanover Citizens seeking justice is the State Police and the Attorney General’s office.

  15. Grandma's moving to Powhatan says:

    Mr. Shannon-

    You are correct. This current board that inflicted so much fiscal damage on Hanover County will be long gone-

    Mr. Wade, in his 80s, will be gone when the tax increases and bonds are approved for the new schools. Stanley, in his 70’s, will be retired. Hazzard in his late 60s is in poor health and will be gone. Peterson will also be long gone- hopefully defeated. The Democrats elected to the Board of Supervisors will be Tagged with the tax and spend label because of the damage created by the overdevelopment by the Republican Board of Supervisors from 2011-2019.

    My house is for sale and I am moving to Powhatan County.

  16. Lola Mims says:

    The comments prove the voters don’t elect the constitutional officers in Hanover County.

    The special interest donations from builders, contractors, land owners, and developers elect the county officials.

    The officers are on the November ballot. Don’t vote for them. Send a message that they are vulnerable so others might run for office in the future. “Undervoting” a ballot does not disqualify it.

    Do not vote for a single incumbent in Hanover County in November.

  17. Balderson says:

    It appears to me that if Mr. Chalkley could find his balls he would go after the people mentioned here and not wait for the State Police to ask him to do his job.

    Mr. Chalkley earns too much money to sit idly by as a desk jockey.

  18. Chip off the old Block says:


    You aint’ from around here are you? The Tomato Patch? Ain’t never gonna happen.

    Kirby Porter was found at the bottom of the Grand Canyon and nobody believes he went there on his own.

  19. Hanover Tax Man says:

    I suggest to Hanover Voters: do not vote for Frank Hargrove Jr. for Clerk of the Court. Leave the ballot BLANK as he is also running unopposed AGAIN. Let this be his last term.

    Research into Republican Party donor records reveal that Dale Hargrove Alderman, sister of the clerk and daughter of former Delegate Frank Hargrove, lists her occupation as “Real Estate Investor.”

    Should the Hanover County Clerk of the Court who has confidential knowledge of divorce filings, tax liens, bankruptcy, and property auctions for tax delinquency have a sister in the business of real estate investment?

    Can you say “conflict of interest?” This is insider trading of the the most insidious nature.

  20. LIBERTY!

    Well Ms. “Grandma’s moving to Powhatan”, I’m here to tell you that you will have at least one excellent BOS representative out there.

    His name is Mr. Larry Nordvig.

    He is kick’in butt & tak’in names just like Congressman Dave Brat.

  21. Retired Law Enforcement says:

    To understand the unholy alliance between the elected constitutional officers in the county and the developers look no further than the sponsors for Hanover County Sheriff’s Department annual dinner held at the Hanover Tavern.

    Brought to you by Bob Bailie and Frank Bradley- of the Middle Resolution Pac’s laundromat – and Emma Lee Mitchell and her Chamber of Commerce pals operating the Air Park Mafia.

  22. Robert Holland says:

    Mr. Cozart,Your disparagement of Sean Davis’ integrity is based entirely on false information. In fact, I find it quite ironic that you attack Sean’s integrity while spewing incorrect facts and misinformation. I hope that you are simply misinformed and not intentionally spreading lies. If that is the case, please allow me to lay out the facts:#1# Neither RCI Builders nor Hometown Realty ever employed Sean. Sean was an independent contractor, and Hometown Realty simply “held” his real estate license. Some may not appreciate the importance of this distinction, but it is important because Sean was paid based on what he sold and did not owe Hometown Realty, RCI Builders, Mike Chenault, or Todd Rogers any loyalty. This is evidenced by the fact that he removed his license from Hometown shortly after taking office. #2# Contrary to your statement, Sean did not accept donotations from his “employer” #as you call it#. In fact, both Todd Rogers and Mike Chenault tried to donate to Sean’s campaign, and he returned their checks to them. #3# Sean has stood up to Developers – voting against their interests when they conflicted with the best interests of Hanover. I will continue with those votes in my next post as this post is getting too long.

  23. Robert Holland says:

    Here are a few of Sean’s votes that upset the development community (a) against the comp plan; (b) against the Charleston Ridge Project; (c) only supervisor to vote against bond restructuring; (d) against Garrison Manor; (e) against the 301 project; and (f) probably most relevant here – brought forth the motion to support the eminent domain Constitutional Amendment in 2012.

    These votes demonstrate unequivocally that Sean acts independently and in what he believes to be in the best interests of Hanover County. Let’s tone town the name calling – especially when based on false information. Every vote Sean has made and will make in the future is motivated purely by what he believes to be in Hanover’s best interests. Agree or disagree with the vote – Sean has been and continues to be a model of ethics and integrity on the Hanover BOS.

    One more thing – lest I be accused of acting unethically – I am proud to state that I am Sean’s close personal friend and campaign manager. I am also proud to set the record straight. Everything I have said is true – check it out if you wish.


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