My wife and I settled in Lebanon because we love the character and the community. I am running for council to ensure balanced, positive community growth. I believe my unique perspective, strong technical background and proven leadership abilities will help the city execute plans and services with excellence.
- Empower the Community
- Local government is a tool to provide foundational resources and support to empower the residence and build a vibrant community.
- As a citizen, I attend city meetings and engage council and staff regularly.
- As a council member, I will prioritize face to face time with you and to keep you in the loop.
- Community Infrastructure and Enrichment
- Roads are essential in any city, and we must prioritize and fully fund our maintenance programs to avoid costly repairs and past mistakes.
- We must continue to support our core public safety services. Working with the Citizens for a Safer Lebanon, we took important steps in properly funding the Fire Dept.
- Lebanon’s public spaces and resources are a reflection of our vibrant community, and we need to enrich existing parks and trails; increase public awareness and find new options for families.
- Continued support of civic nonprofits that drive humanitarian efforts, beautification programs and the characteristic Lebanon events.
- Balanced Economic Development
- How do we grow but still keep our small town feel?
- Balanced development does not mean just incentivising large companies, organizations and developers. We must include growth of new, truly small businesses and shops. That is why I was a vocal advocate for the new small business grant that will diversify and maximize our investment impact while maintaining our Lebanon character.
- As a business owner, I understand what it takes to succeed, and as a senior scientist at P&G I have honed my leadership skills and gained experience in assessing new business startups.
Together we can ensure balanced, positive community growth.
Small Business Owner
Senior Scientist, Procter & Gamble
A new perspective for Lebanon City Council