Reducing property taxes and upgrading street conditions are the primary focuses of Gary Lybarger — running for at-large councilperson on Creston City Council during this year's general election slated Nov. 5.
"We must get our property taxes under control," Lybarger said. "We aren't No. 1 in the state, but we are right up there. If I'm elected, I'd like to do some investigating into city finances and see where we can make some changes. Do we have unnecessary spending? I'd like to find out."
The 67-year-old Lybarger said his second priority, if elected, would be finding long-term solutions to city street repairs "so they won't need fixed every six months."
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