Esther Talbert, Broker CEO Yavapai Realty, LLC                      Volume III- Issue 2 | August '16
Running for Yavapai County Supervisor District 3

Recently, sitting in a couple of public meetings, listening to the candidates, Diane really struck a chord and I was impressed with what I heard.  To learn a bit more about her, I called and asked if she would take time in her busy schedule to have lunch.  She made time and from that very informative luncheon it was apparent that her unique vision and prior accomplishments are what this county needs. Since she has been Mayor of the city of Cottonwood we have seen first hand the results of her accomplishments in action.   Her vision, goals and awareness for Yavapai County Supervisor-District 3 are outstanding. 

Not everyone has the opportunity to meet and have lunch with this outstanding lady so I would like to take this opportunity to share.
It's time to pull up your sleeves and vote .
Help make a difference; be a voice in the community that we all have come to love--the Sedona-Verde Valley.  District 3 is made up of the communities of Jerome, Sedona,  Clarkdale, Perkinsville, Cottonwood, Verde Santa Fe, and Village of Oak Creek.

Diane Joens, presently the Mayor of Cottonwood, AZ, has the vision, past experience and what it takes to serve the people and the county to bring about positive results.  
With your busy schedule you can:
There are only two Republican Candidates running for this position. You need to be registered as a Republican or Independent by  1 Aug., 2016 
Primary Election Deadline  is 6 Aug., 2016
M ayor Joens enjoys leadership duties and serving the public.  She strives to work in a collaborative  environment that includes citizens, professional staff, the city council and mayor.  She is asking each voter for his or her vote, and offers her time and services to Yavapai County District 3. Diane believes strongly in the responsibility each of us has to public service.  She likes the quote, "Always remember that you are a public servant, and as such your position, whether paid or voluntary, exists so you can serve the public." 
Q uick Links
Do you know. . .
®   where all the funds  are coming from to run Yavapai County?  ... how they are divided up? The pieces of the  PIE.

®     the estimated budgets for 2016-2017 HERE.

Diane Joens

"Builders of community understand that we each build for all."
 ~Isabel Lopez
"Service is the rent we pay for living. It is the very purpose of life and not something you do in your spare time .
~Marian Wright Edelman
Grover Cleveland: "Public Office is a Public Trust. "
"Make the decision to serve wherever you go and to whomever you see. As long as you are serving, you will be receiving. The more you serve, the more confidence you will gain in the miraculous effects of this principle of life. And as you enjoy the reciprocity, your ability to serve will also increase.

~Greg Anderson, Living Life with a Purpose