Serving on City Council means working with everyone to make sure our citizens have a strong and efficient local government. This is my promise to my neighbors in District 3: I will put in the hard work to ensure that our corner of Tyler is a better place when I leave. Below are some of my focus areas for being the voice of District 3 on City Council.
Roads & Infrastructure
I am committed to making sure that we have excellent roads and infrastructure in District 3. We need to ensure that as customers of the City, that we have clean water, great roads, and proper sewage and draining. I will advocate for District 3 on the City Council to make sure that the northwest corner of Tyler is a high priority.
In order to have a great community, we have to have great housing. We need to ensure that our community is well-informed of the many programs offered by the City of Tyler Neighborhood Services and other agencies that help with affordable housing, rehab, and building.
As the only candidate who has ever served on the Planning & Zoning for the City of Tyler, I know what it takes to work with developers and zoning request to make sure that District 3 can develop the kind of projects that create affordable housing.
District 3 is home to some of the great parks in the City of Tyler. I'm committed to making sure our parks like Woldert, Gassaway, and Emmett J. Scott Parks continue to be excellent and safe locations for our community and our children. I look forward to continuing the upgrading of our parks and equipment set in motion by our current city councilman, Ed Moore.
The Northwest corner of Tyler (District 3) needs a strong voice on City Council to promote business growth in our community. As a business owner, I recognize that we need to promote businesses from within our own community. We have wonderful opportunities to work with local Chambers of Commerce to implement strategies to grow these business opportunities. I will be that voice for a strong business environment in District 3.