LETTER TO YOU
I want to start by thanking the residents of Aurora for giving me the opportunity to serve on Aurora City Council. This four-year journey has been one of learning and personal growth. When I ran in 2015, I said I wanted help deliver Aurora’s next 100 years. This meant focusing on the issues that I believe are important to residents, like housing, economic development and community engagement. As we grow, I continue to encourage your involvement to ensure all progress is sensible, sustainable and balanced - and that the impact on our infrastructure, city services and residents are always the top priority.
Aurora is at crossroads between growth and sustainability. We need to protect the neighborhoods and businesses that have been the backbone of Aurora’s economic vitality and culture, while ensuring we are welcoming to new business and development that acknowledges the diversity and uniqueness of our community.
If honored with the opportunity to serve you for another term, I will continue to advocate for your concerns on the city council. Your voice has, and will continue to be the leading driver for all my decisions, because I believe it takes a village to build a community. It takes you, me, and us standing together to create a future Aurora can thrive on now - and 100 years later. Let’s continue working together.
My strength is not only my ability to create a plan, but also my ability to follow detailed, measurable steps that bring a plan to completion. That is what I strive to do in each of my pillars for the 2019 election and moving forward.
Serving on the Aurora City Council for the past four years, I am keenly aware of how important it is to ask my supporters to make an investment in me - equal to the energy I have given and will continue to give if elected for a second term.
You're not just investing in a campaign - but in a voice. Your investment in me is more than any amount of money. So, however you give to support my campaign is greatly appreciated, and will not be taken for granted or forgotten.