Letter to the Editor


A vote for Martin Mohabeer is a vote for a better Weston.

Martin is one of the most reasoned thinkers in our wonderful community. He listens and researches before making decisions and is open to hearing all sides of an issue.

Since last spring, I have been fortunate enough to work with Martin on various community issues and I have been impressed with his approach. It cannot be easy to be one of the few Black men in Weston, especially as our nation faces such turmoil and a lack of civil discourse and behavior. Martin strives to address these issues with understanding and fairness — both for adults and our children.

And thinking of children, Martin is dedicated not only to their excellent school education, but also to ensuring that they become good citizens of the world. Martin's objectives include understanding those who are like us and different from us, and helping young and old realize the value of living in a more inclusive community.

When one of our recent civic leaders made a plea for Westonites to get more involved and volunteer for our town, Martin stood up and said “count me in.” It is now our turn to say “yes” and support him.

— Ruth Glazer

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