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The early days of 2022 are not so much “the winter of our discontent” as they are days of discombobulation.
Let’s be honest: 2022 may be a real downer. Every time you turn on the news, there’s a new variant, new booster shots, a new court fight over masks.
The West Valley shines brightly, and it’s a top priority of mine to protect the beautiful communities in District 4 that residents have created and love so much.