I am Committed to...
Service and Advocacy
I would be honored to serve on the City Commission as Royal Oak continues to grow in ways that benefit all residents of the city. In that capacity, I will hold bi-monthly coffee hours to share updates on City Commission matters and to encourage feedback from residents on proposed and ongoing initiatives. The Normandy Oaks project is a great example of how this kind of open communication can work to everyone’s advantage. Overall, I am a strong believer in openness, accessibility and transparency. As your City Commissioner I will listen to the concerns and suggestions of the public, weigh all of the options, and make informed decisions that take everyone into account.
Prioritizing the environment
Part of what makes Royal Oak such a great place to live and work is the diversity of its people and I fully embrace initiatives that acknowledge and celebrate our city’s diversity. Ultimately, we have more bringing us together than we have dividing us. Whether you’re a new resident or part of a long generation of Royal Oak families, whether you’re a child in school or a senior citizen, whether you live in an apartment downtown or a neighborhood bungalow. No matter who you are or where you live, we all want the best for Royal Oak and for our families. I will work to ensure all residents are equally represented and all voices carry equal weight in our city.