ISSUES AND POSITIONS
A LEADER WHO LISTENS
• I will put myself in public places and continue to hold coffee hours during my term to listen to you, your neighbors, and the business community to find common ground in order to establish annual city-wide goals that move us into the future.
• I will work with the citizens and council to rebalance the community to more of a planned, family-friendly city, and less of one overrun with big trucks and giant warehouses.
• I will work to make city finances as understandable and clear as a family budget.
• Our past is key to our future: DuPont has key regional historic treasures that have been neglected. As a priority, we will focus on completing the process for the National Historic District.
• Economic Development that serves the people: We will partner with our local businesses to become a small business friendly city. We will create an economic development commission to both attract new business and to assist current business owners.
• There have been questions about ethics in our city government. To make sure that we adhere to the highest standards, we will develop a DuPont code of ethics and have annual training.
• Public safety, parks, recreation and history all contribute to the quality of life in DuPont; but there is still room for improvement. Together, we will work to create more activities and spaces for teenagers and seniors.