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If elected, what agenda items would you work to address for the people in your ward?

If elected, what steps would you take to enhance public services/safety in your ward?

What means would you propose to expand the business community in Flint?

City/Town Flint
Education Michigan State, Certified Scientific Analysis John L. Reid, Interviewing/Interrogating Currently pursuing my degree in Business Law Mott Community College
Experience Nearly 20 years City of Flint Office of the Ombudsman HUD Certified Counselor Licensed Certified Hi/Lo Driver
Community Involvement Member of Chatham Street Block Club Grandparent volunteer for International Academy Girls Basketball Water distribution volunteer for Hasselbring Senior Center and other city locations.
Endorsements Currently seeking endorsements
Campaign Message To Repair, Rebuild and Restore our Community and Wards with pride, hope and love. Unity is the Key.
The Community service partnerships that I will be advocating must to be designed in such a way as to convince students and their parents/guardians that by participating in community service activities they help to ensure that the quality of the life in their neighborhoods and the City of Flint will continue to improve. This type of unselfish volunteerism will help to re-focus many of their perceptions regarding the value of long-term community time investment and the spiritual value of individual commitment to helping others.
Increase the capacity of our crime watches to work more efficiently in the 1st Ward.

Advocate for a 5 year plan to remove the over-hanging tree growth on numerous streets in the Ward which obstructs the illumination of our streets at night.

Restore decaying neighborhoods,
Work to attract businesses to the Clio Road Medical Corridor which has been identified as an area revitalization priority by the City of Flint duly adopted Master Plan as a Community Development Block Grant expenditure priority area.

Establish a community service partnership with the Public and Charter schools in the 1st Ward.

Restore decaying neighborhoods by continuing to advocate for the continued demolition of abandoned homes in the Ward and re-purposing the land to be a benefit to the neighborhoods and this community
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