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City of Rosenberg For Council, District 3

Serves a 2-year term of office.The City of Rosenberg operates in a Council-Manager form of government in which the City Council sets the policy and overall direction for the City.

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  • Timothy P. Anders

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    Alice Stratman Jozwiak

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Education/Degrees Graduate of Lamar High School Rosenberg Class of 1966 College of Life and Parenting
Experience Rosenberg City Council 2016-18 Rosenberg Development Corporation Employee Benefits Committee Professional Services/Engineering Finance/Audit Committee
I am a lifelong resident of Rosenberg, Texas. I attended school here and both my children are graduates of Terry High School. My husband, a Texas A and M graduate, taught in LCISD for 29 years. Through our married life, we attended Calvary Baptist Church and Church of Living Waters. I served on Rosenberg City Council 2016-2018. I have been involved in creating and finalizing two City Budgets. During my tenure on Council, I saw the City continue growing on the path that Mayor Joe Gurecky and Mayor Vincent Morales had been instrumental in beginning. We were poised to continue that when a whole new Council was sworn in in 2018. After i was not reelected in 2018, i continued to be involved in my City"s government. I understand Rosenberg and the people here. I want to serve them.
Rosenberg will play a phenomenal role in the growth and development of Ft. Bend County. If you have seen the widening of Highway 36, this serves a dual purpose. It will serve as an evacuation route in case of hurricanes but it will also be the route by which goods will be moved from the Port of Freeport to the Intermodal Hub in West Rosenberg. Ft. Bend County depends on Rosenberg being actively involved in the building of this facility. In order to do this, we will need a City Council with a vision for our City. Ft. Bend County will grow and prosper as Rosenberg grows and prospers. Rosenberg has the opportunity to be "visionaries" for the future. We should not let this pass us by.
At this time: GROWTH is a challenge. Not just building homes, but bringing industry into our City. The only way to keep our property taxes low is to attract companies and developers into our City. But we must be careful who we allow in and that we manage them and have strict guidelines that WE strictly adhere to. We need a strong Planning Commission and Code Enforcement to do this. QUALITY OF LIFE must be a priority. We cannot ignore our historical areas and older areas of town. There is infrastructure to maintain, quality of our water supply, drainage etc. We must continue our Main Street Program in downtown. This is where most of our events that promote Rosenberg take place. We should not forget our Parks. NORTH ROSENBERG: " A forgotten treasure." Progress must be continued there and residents must be treated fairly and respectfully.

Thanks to former Mayors, Councilors and Economic Development Directors for Brazos Town Center. This venue means that shopping is right here in our City. No more long drives to Sugar Land or Houston. I enjoy being able to shop locally. My husband and I also enjoy browsing the antique shops and having lunch or dinner in downtown Rosenberg. Seaborne Creek Park is a wonderful place to take a quiet walk on a cool spring or fall evening. Our neighborhood parks are a FUN place to take the kids.