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City of Rosenberg For Council, District 2

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.https://rosenbergtx.gov/city-government/mayor-city-council/

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    Susan Kroll Euton
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  • Steve DeGregorio
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Biographical Information

What skills or experience do you have that make you uniquely qualified for this job?

How do you see the city's role in contributing to the growth and development of Fort Bend County?

What are the top 2-3 issues facing the city, and what specific actions would you take to address them?

Where are your favorite places to spend time in our city? Why?

Education/Degrees Rice University BA Business and Economics, Rice University MA Accounting CPA
Experience Owner/Manager Kroll's Marine 1986 to date, Rosenberg City Councilor 2009-2011, 2013-2018
As a Rosenberg Business owner, I am uniquely qualified to give a business and a citizen's viewpoint on all items coming before council. Also with my 34 years of business management, I have had extensive experience in dealing with employees, budgets and general business survival during good times and in bad. My previous 7 years of council experience give me an understanding of the workings of council and the issues that the city faces.
Rosenberg sets the tone for the continued growth and development of Fort Bend County. Sugar Land is essentially built out with development, so the Rosenberg area is next in line for the continuing development of the I69 corridor. Rosenberg's high building standards will insure quality development, but we also need to provide essential water and sewer lines to the corridor. Rosenberg can also entice quality growth through economic grants and abatements to our city. Our Economic development should be very busy networking and advertising all the opportunities available.
The top 3 issues facing the city are the effects of Covid-19 virus, infrastructure and economic development. Infrastructure I believe is our number 1 problem. Since our city is over 100 years old, much of the underground infrastructure is at the end of it's useful life. The city needs to prioritize and find funding for sewer and water lines BEFORE they break. Our economic development also needs to be stepped up. We need to invest in water and sewer lines along the I69 corridor to attract businesses to build here. Incentives for business to rebuild the Avenue H corridor is also needed. Covid-19 has put some businesses out of business, so our city needs to find a way to encourage all new and old businesses.
I am a hometown girl, born and raised in Rosenberg, so I enjoy all the niches of Rosenberg. Since I am busy working 40 plus hours a week, eating out is my favorite past time. I enjoy the variety of Brazos Town Center and the down home goodness of the long time eateries of downtown and the inner corridors of the city. I think I have a favorite entree from most all establishments, and they are all delicious!
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