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Congratulations to Councilman McMath

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The dust settled from Covington’s At Large Council race, and Patrick McMath has won the position.  Covington Weekly would like to congratulate Councilman McMath on the win, and we are anxious to see what energy he will bring to the Covington City Council meetings.

Councilman McMath has pledged to address traffic concerns, sewerage and other infrastructure needs, as well as manage future growth in an efficient and effective manner.  Councilman McMath also plans to consistently offer new ideas and approaches to city government. does lamictal cause tardive dyskinesia viagra blood pressure reduction child abuse theories essays free classification essay paper do drugs like viagra work cytotec vs cervidil go balanced chemical equation overall reaction essay image viagra femme click help high homework school student go kidney failure lasix research papers on human services which works best viagra or levitra essay about career plans herbal dynamite viagra get link long till viagra takes effect identify real viagra cheap rhetorical analysis essay ghostwriting for hire for mba Editor’s Note:  Covington Weekly chose to run the above piece as a congratulatory gesture, it is not endorsed or paid for by Patrick McMath.  The issues noted above are serious, and effective solutions are important.  With regard to traffic, it can be dangerous to ride a bike or walk across Boston Street.  The importance of driver education should also be considered.  Drivers can be seen texting with two hands as their cars are moving down the street.  That is absurd.  After several years of supporting, meeting and working with many of the great downtown Covington business owners, it would also be nice to see improvements to the ox lots and downtown lighting, as well as some type of  tax incentive for small business.