Lois Wakimoto (Incumbent)

Published by The Bee News

July 26, 2018

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CANDIDATE: Mohave County Supervisor District #5

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RESIDENCY: Mohave Valley, Arizona

WHY I DECIDED TO RUN FOR ELECTION:

When I was appointed to the Office of District Five Supervisor, I became involved in the fight to keep Mohave County water resources in Mohave County. I adamantly believe the issue
of water will affect our economy and quality of life in Mohave County long into the future. This issue is so important, I felt a personal moral obligation to continue this fight!

FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY:

Working to ensure Mohave County can provide the basic services that our citizens deserve at the same time keeping to our budget. Finding solutions to financial problems the state has passed down to the counties. Cutting red tape and bureaucracy to allow our county economy to grow.

HEALTHCARE:

Ensuring continuing Health Services in our county is important to
all citizens. I have worked to streamline communications between providers and insurance companies, with the goal of keeping hospitals and health providers in our community. Working to cut
the red tape for services has helped the situation, but we must continue to look for ways to allow medical and insurance Companies to provide those services lacking in Mohave County.

QUALITY OF LIFE:

Quality of life is important to me. Finding alternative areas such as parks that offer gathering places for children, family, friends AND pets to enrich our community. Parks offer citizens areas for sports and community activities that bring us together and allow visitors to enjoy the natural wonders of Mohave County.

(Paid for by the Committee to Elect Wakimoto Supervisor)

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2 Comments

  1. Fred Barber

    lois, You and I have talked a few times–I am the VP of the LHC Rep. Men’s Club we used to meet in the Golden Corral but they are GONE so we meet at Sam’s Place Café Just across the parking lot.
    I have been working with a fellow in Kingman , Ron Lodge–he is having trouble with AZ on his water rights dating from the Civil War (1863). He was involved in a “land swap” with the Federal Govt. and now the State of AZ wants to steal his water over not to far from the Verde River. He is a long time resident of Kingman.
    Do you know of a lawyer that handles that kind of water “stuff”

  2. FRED BARBER

    I Lois, I am Fred Barber, we talked a couple of times. I am the VP of the (R) Men’s Club of Lake Havasu
    I met a fellow named Ron Lodge. He is trying to lease some water rights that he and his family have had for over 100 years
    (1863).
    Can you comment about him and his problem?

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