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New commissioner sees need to get involved

 

April 30, 2014

Ned Kilpatrick

Ned Kilpatrick knows he needs to get involved if he wants to help shape Sweet Home’s future.

To that end, he applied for an opening on the Planning Commission, and the council appointed him on March 25.

“I was actually kind of talked into it,” said Kilpatrick, 32. One of his co-workers, James Goble, is involved in the community, serving on the Planning Commission and spearheading the BMX track project at Sankey Park.

The two work at Ti-Squared where Kilpatrick is the lead person in “investing,” the department where the company makes ceramic shells used in casting.

“He and I...



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