Berkley is an amazing place to call home, but even the best homes sometimes have problems.
For the last year, I have volunteered countless hours working to improve our city. Through that work, I have watched the city mishandling our resources and witnessed repeated violations of the public trust. It has become clear that change is needed.
When no one else would step forward, I realized that I could to do more. I bring leadership skills, the willingness to speak out against wrong, and the desire to have a conversation with the community to represent their wants and needs.
I am running to stop the cycle of unopposed elections where the citizens have no choice and our officials have no incentive to be responsive.
I am running to open up communication between the residents and the city. I want to encourage a two way flow of information. I want to hear what you have to say.
And I am running to rebuild trust in our government. Everyone in the city — residents, officials, and visitors alike need to be held accountable for their actions.