Field Sales Rep, Redmond’s Peanut Free Foods
On the Record
What experiences do you have that make you a good candidate for office?
Serving our community as Village Trustee 2005-2013,served as a Park and Rec board member 2002-2005. Started events for our children;T-ball,Flag football,Summer crafts,and the Movie in the park program.I also enjoyed organizing the Easter Egg hunt 2003-2010.
What are your top two or three priorities if elected?
1)Working on supplying services to 120 & 12 so that corner could be commercially developed.2)Add right turn arrows at 12 and 120 to help with traffic flow.
Would you support freezing your taxing district’s levy until housing prices rebound? Why or why not?
Yes.Freeze our taxes at the current rate until the economy improves.We need the economy to rebound to provide jobs for our residents to help them with their taxes.
What one decision by the village board do you most disagree with and why?
Red light camera installation; Excessive money spent on technology
What was the biggest accomplishment of the board in the past year?
Our building and fire codes are finally updated to 2009-2011 standards. The codes had not been updated since 1998. We are keeping our future businesses and residences safer now.
Why should voters elect you to office?
Throughout the past 8 years I have helped implement commercial development (Thornton’s) and a future Walgreens. Voted to aquire properties for Morrison Park expansion for more space for our children to enjoy.As chairman of the public works committee,helped with purchasing and building a Public Works facility to keep our equipment out of the elements to save our community tax dollars.
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