Brosious: Mike Brinks is ‘Infinitely qualified’
To the editor:
With early voting beginning Aug. 2nd and the primary election a week away, I would like to take the opportunity to remind the voters of Moffat County of the importance of casting your vote.
One of the candidates in the primary election for the office of Moffat County treasurer is Mike Brinks. Mike is a certified public accountant with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics.
I have personally known Mike since the 1970s, and during the tenure of our acquaintance, he has been a small business owner as well as a staff CPA with responsibility for governmental audits and tax preparation.
Those audits involved the office of the Moffat County treasurer. He has also held the position of chief financial officer for the Moffat County School District. All of these positions have required a working knowledge of accounting and audit procedures.
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As you can easily tell, Mike is infinitely qualified for the position of Moffat County treasurer.
In addition to Mike’s business qualifications, it should be noted that he has been a tireless community servant.
Mike continues to be the treasurer for the Craig Kiwanis Club and the Northwest Colorado chapter of Parrot Heads. He is the former treasurer of the Moffat County United Way and serves on the Moffat County Finance Committee. He is a past member of the Moffat County Citizens Advisory Committee.
Please join me in supporting a person who has the background, qualifications, desire and commitment to be your next Moffat County treasurer, Mike Brinks.
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