Paid political letter: Herman devoted to public service – Albert Lea Tribune
Paid political letter: Herman devoted to public service
Printed 8:30 pm Friday, October 7, 2022
From my continued statement, Freeborn County District 5 Commissioner Ted Herman continues to serve with esteem, whereas representing the values promoted throughout his profession with the Albert Lea Police Division.
• Respect: Success is predicated upon mutual respect garnered and nourished in cooperation with people who he serves. Ted believes in treating everybody with respect and strives to make the residents happy with their group.
• Integrity: Ted’s choices are guided by a powerful moral course of primarily based upon the regulation enforcement code of ethics, legal guidelines and his sense of doing the appropriate factor. He acts in ways in which convey honor to his elected place and builds belief, confidence and respect with the group and folks he serves.
• Accountability: Ted is a pacesetter and innovator. He’s dedicated to serving to county authorities attain their full potential.
Ted pledges his accountability to the general public he serves, to the rule of the regulation and to the aim of honest, proactive, efficient and constitutional illustration. He’s dedicated to making a tradition through which he and officers alike maintain themselves and one another to the best requirements of conduct.
• Service: Freeborn County authorities is just one a part of the group. Ted works in partnership with the group members, organizations and different companies to unravel issues and create protected and wholesome neighborhoods. He offers service to our residents in knowledgeable and environment friendly method. He’s simply acknowledged and approachable for recommendation, counsel or simply to pay attention. He values his contact with the general public. Ted welcomes and encourages suggestions to seek out methods to enhance his service.
I’m proud to assist Commissioner Herman’s continued service.