Improving City Infrastructure
During my time on the City Council, I am proud of the improvements made to city infrastructure. We have facilitated drainage and reduced lake pollution. We have repaired serious mold issues afflicting our police station. City streets that were previously neglected for over thirty years have finally been paved with more to come soon.
Better Services at a Lower Cost
Saving money doesn’t have to mean cutting services. By increasing our police officers’ compensation and benefits, we have stabilized the force while reducing turnover costs. Seeking new revenue sources, such as grants and partnerships, allow innovation without increasing taxpayer costs.
Increasing Citizen Participation
In my first term on the City Council, we increased citizen participation in government with improved meeting rules, widespread signage announcing meetings, better meeting agendas and audio, and improved accessibility to city records. I am especially excited about our work to become a Tree City USA, including creation of the first new Belle Isle citizen advisory board in over a decade.
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