So many issues face us. Candidates can tackle them and make our community a better place.
Campaign Issues: Health & Public Safety
Too many people have suffered without the mental health building so we cannot allow ever again a project to run costly delays that endanger life. No more excuses! As a former firefighter I truly understand and appreciate the utmost importance of emergency capabilities are to the community and our families who depend on services that are updated, maintained, and ready to go. Together we will do what it takes as your commissioner to be safe and healthy.
Transparency & Accountability
As we have all had to make many adjustments during the pandemic and emergency orders this year, we cannot overlook the importance of being a government open to the public. Too often, the county has failed in its obligations to give the people a voice. Violating the Open Meetings Act is inexcusable and must not be tolerated.
Accountability is more than a buzzword and I will make sure to end this disregard for our basic procedures that are crucial to preserving our freedom and our institutions that allow us to work together towards our common goals. As your County Commissioner I am ready to represent you.
Campaign Issues: Jobs & Rebuilding our Economy
Especially now, after the economic lockdown on top of our always struggling economy, jobs are more important than ever for folks. Our friends and neighbors need more opportunity and I promise to fight for small business and change the way our county treats the business community. No more moving the goalposts on inspections —we must make the permit process fair and helpful to entrepreneurs, not harmful.
Likewise, we must change the way we understand how to set the stage for economic development. Expensive and wasteful pet projects for special interests takes away resources that should go to low income support and reforming those incentives would allow employers to save on overhead and low prices to create more jobs and raise wages. By working with job creators and not against them —as we have seen done so successfully with the Santa Teresa commercial hub— we can attract more and better opportunities for all.
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