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Tim Latham announces he intends to seek re-election to Cerro Gordo county board of Supervisors

Tim Latham, Supervisor

MASON CITY – Cerro Gordo county supervisor Tim Latham has announced he is seeking re-election to the board, starting in the June 7 primary.

Below is the announcement from Supervisor Latham:

Residents of Cerro Gordo District 1,

My name is Tim Latham, and it has been my pleasure to serve as County Supervisor for District 1 for the past 6 years. Due to district changes implemented by the State of Iowa following the 2020 census, I am required to seek re-election for the remaining 2 years of my term. For those of you who may not be familiar with me, I would like to share a little bit of information about myself and what we have been working on as your Cerro Gordo County Supervisors.

I am a lifelong resident of Mason City and Cerro Gordo County. My wife Kris and I have 5 grown children together and 12 grandchildren. I have been a proud small business owner in Mason City for over 40 years and Kris was a teacher in the Mason City School District for 25 years. We are members and actively involved at Trinity Lutheran Church. We currently own and operate Latham Properties and are partners in Hildebrand Real Estate. My years of real estate development have resulted in substantial dollars being added to the tax base of Cerro Gordo County. I have been involved in a number of economic development projects and understand what it takes to run a business and balance a budget. I am committed to helping our county grow and prosper, and I am committed to protect and improve the environment.

In addition to my business and economic experiences over the years, I have also had the privilege to serve on several boards and committees in our community. I have been President of Mason City Youth Baseball, Northern Lights Homeless Shelter and Mason City Board of Realtors. I have served on the Mercy Foundation, the Mason City Dog Park, the Monroe Park Project, the North End Partnership, Habitat for Humanity of North Central Iowa, and My Happy Place. I currently serve as President of the board for 43 North Iowa. As your supervisor it is my privilege to represent the county on the following boards: Cerro Gordo Public Health, North Iowa Economic Development, North Iowa Community Action, the Regional Work Force Development, and Cerro Gordo Emergency Management. I am currently serving as president of the North Iowa Community Action board.

In the past 6 years, as your County Supervisor, we have worked to update and maintain the county’s infrastructure. We completed the new County Engineer Facility and building new maintenance sheds in Thornton, Ventura, and Mason City. We have worked to update county maintenance equipment. Emergency Management now has a new home in the former County Engineers Office, helping to bring all their services under one roof. I have kept my promise to freeze County Supervisor pay and worked hard to listen to all sides of an issue and do the research necessary to make the decision that is in the best interest of our county employees and the residents of Cerro Gordo. I am committed to helping our county grow and prosper and I am committed to protect and improve the environment.

If elected, I pledge continued work for county wide economic development, to represent all constituents, to bring transparency to the supervisor position and county board meetings, and to limit tax rate increases. I am a team player working for both city and county as a whole. I am devoted and dedicated to making Cerro Gordo County a great place to live and raise your family.

I would appreciate your vote.

Tim Latham

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