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Letter: DiCiccio is hard-working, honorable public servant

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Posted: Friday, August 16, 2013 11:45 am

As active members of the Greater Phoenix business community, we have had many opportunities to engage and work with Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio. During this time, we’ve found him to be a hard-working and honorable public servant. He has held strong positions — some of them unpopular — but he always follows his conscience and does what he thinks is best for the city.

Individually, we have observed or participated in dozens of political campaigns. However, never have we seen one devolve to the level of unwarranted personal attacks being used in this race. Whether you agree with Sal or not, no candidate deserves this kind of treatment.

Voters across the country routinely object to the kind of dirty campaign tactics being waged against Sal DiCiccio. Phoenicians are no different in their desire for the intelligent conversation and civil discourse they expect and deserve.

Don Smith

President and CEO of SCF Arizona

Karrin K. Taylor

Executive vice president and chief entitlements officer at DMB Associates, Inc.

Don Kile

President of Master Planned Communities with The Ellman Companies

Steve Betts

CEO of PhoenixMart

Andy Warren

President of Maracay Homes

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