I have lived in Nassau Bay for 27 years and proudly serve on City Council. After returning to public service, I led the effort to tackle costs allowing us to invest in the largest infrastructure improvement in the City's history and to prepare for an influx of new families. Please contact me to share YOUR concerns!
We are a 50 year old, flood- prone city and must continue flood mitigation efforts and maintain our infrastructure so water pipes do not burst in neighbors’ yards. I will fight to invest every dime of tax revenue in assets for residents versus the size of our city government. This includes restoring NASA Road 1 to its past glory.
Urban planners are working to change the City’s character by adding high-density apartments. I will continue fighting to preserve our suburban charm, protect our churches from urbanization and proposed new zoning laws, enforce codes, and increase ordinances to deter short-term rentals so citizens do not have mini hotels next to their home
Urban planners are working to change the City’s character by adding high-density apartments. I will continue fighting to preserve our suburban charm, protect our churches from urbanization and proposed new zoning laws, enforce codes, and increase ordinances to deter short-term rentals so citizens do not have mini hotels next to their homes. We need to attract businesses that our residents can enjoy.
To keep Nassau Bay safe for families, our first responders deserve state of the art equipment, tools, and training. Our Fire Department and Ambulance Service need a new ladder truck and ambulance. I will find the resources to invest in this equipment without raising taxes.
Nassau Bay residents deserve the opportunity for full debate on all issues. I supported live streaming for better access to Council meetings and have led Council’s efforts for complete openness on City topics.
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Mayor, Mayor Pro Tem, and City Council (1997-2004)
Council Position 2 (since 2020)
Economic Development Corporation
- Founding Member
- First President 2000-2004
- Current Director
NASA Area Management District
- Founding President; served 2006 - 2020
- Funded and established NASA Road 1 lighting of the palm trees
- Funded “Street Eatz” featuring live music, food trucks, and family-friendly fun
- Provided redevelopment tax credits
- Developed Community Masterplan for the business district
Infrastructure Committee (1997 to current)
- Flood reduction and significant stormwater removal upgrades
-Flood Berms and their creation
- Sanitary sewer system upgrade and replacement
- Drinking water system upgrade and replacement
- Street repair and replacement
- Landscaping and Beautification of NASA Road 1
Redevelopment Authority/Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) Board
Parks and Recreation Committee volunteer
Special Events Committee volunteer
Planning Committee volunteer
Street Repair Committee volunteer
Dredging Committee volunteer
EARLY VOTING: April 25 - May 3
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