It’s about community! I originally decided to run for public office because I wanted to contribute something positive to my community. I feel as strongly committed to that vision as I was four years ago. While our park district is small, it is vitally important to our quality of life, and I will continue to protect our parks from both overly optimistic expansion, as well as unnecessary, cynical budget hatcheting.
I will continue to protect the quality of our parks as they currently exist, while making thoughtful, sustainable, well timed and sensibly financed improvements to facilities and programming.
I will also continue to bring an independent voice to the board.