By making infrastructure a priority, we can boost our economic growth, reduce traffic hazards, and make the city more appealing for residents and businesses.
I plan to be proactive instead of reactive, starting with traffic studies to identify current problem areas and get a better idea of future issues. Road maintenance will be a constant process—this way our roads will stay in good condition, instead of needing costly changes when problems arise.
There’s a lot for me to learn once I begin my term on City Council — but I learn fast, and I know I can restore a sense of order to monthly meetings. By working together to create a cohesive approach to how we conduct business, I’m positive we can get things done faster for our residents.