5-POINT PLAN

Local businesses have expressed to me that the city has purchased supplies/equipment and they never had an opportunity to bid. The City of Norwalk should attempt to make all purchases from local businesses when pricing is competitive. This policy will at least give our local businesses a chance to compete with outside competitors.

Implement a “Shop Norwalk First” policy

Working together is the key in making Norwalk the best it can be.

PLAN

5-Point

SHOP NORWALK FIRST

CUSTOMER SERVICE

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

CLEAN UP PROPERTIES

WAR ON DRUGS

The foundation of any successful business is providing good customer service. The city is here to serve the people, and sometimes gets the “who’s working for who” turned around. An example of this is the fall leaf pick-up. Currently, the city schedules a week to pick up leaves regardless if they are down or not. I believe the city should be flexible and use common sense when scheduling leaf pick-up along with all other services the city provides.

Customer Service

Economic development will be a priority. Being a small business owner in Norwalk, I have first-hand experience knowing the challenges that face our business community. I will use this experience to work with Norwalk Economic Development Corporation, Huron County Chamber of Commerce, and the Huron County Economic Development Corporation to help support and expand existing businesses and create an appealing environment for new businesses.

Economic Development

We can improve the image of our city by identifying, monitoring, and enforcing our zoning regulations on properties before they get out of control. Aggressively research and apply for grants to help fund the necessary clean-up of these properties.

Clean Up Blighted Properties in our City

The drug problem is an important issue facing our community. The mayor’s role is to collaborate and work directly with local law enforcement agencies, treatment centers, churches, schools, and businesses to constantly improve education, prevention, and treatment for those suffering from addiction.

My experience in serving our community as executive director of Answering The Call Together (ACT), a city councilman, and being a member of Norwalk’s business community has allowed me to form many personal relationships with the various agencies listed above.

In 2018 as a city councilman, I co-sponsored legislation to add an extra officer to our police department to help fight the war on drugs in our community. The Norwalk Police Department is one of the finest, and I have the fullest confidence in our police department to protect our city from this crisis.

The best plan to win the war on drugs is when everyone is working together with the same goal. I will use my experience, personal relationships, and leadership skills to achieve this goal.

War on Drugs

Local businesses have expressed to me that the city has purchased supplies/equipment and they never had an opportunity to bid. The City of Norwalk should attempt to make all purchases from local businesses when pricing is competitive. This policy will at least give our local businesses a chance to compete with outside competitors.

Implement a
“Shop Norwalk First” policy

Working together is the key in making
Norwalk the best it can be.

PLAN

5-Point

The foundation of any successful business is providing good customer service. The city is here to serve the people, and sometimes gets the “who’s working for who” turned around. An example of this is the fall leaf pick-up. Currently, the city schedules a week to pick up leaves regardless if they are down or not. I believe the city should be flexible and use common sense when scheduling leaf pick-up along with all other services the city provides.

Customer Service

Being a small business owner in Norwalk, I have first-hand experience knowing the challenges that face our business community. I will use this experience to work with Norwalk Economic Development Corporation, Huron County Chamber of Commerce, and the Huron County Economic Development Corporation to help support and expand existing businesses and create an appealing environment for new businesses.

Economic Development

We can improve the image of our city by identifying, monitoring, and enforcing our zoning regulations on properties before they get out of control. Aggressively research and apply for grants to help fund the necessary clean-up of these properties.

Clean Up Blighted
Properties in our City

The drug problem is an important issue facing our community. The mayor’s role is to collaborate and work directly with local law enforcement agencies, treatment centers, churches, schools, and businesses to constantly improve education, prevention, and treatment for those suffering from addiction.

My experience in serving our community as executive director of Answering The Call Together (ACT), a city councilman, and being a member of Norwalk’s business community has allowed me to form many personal relationships with the various agencies listed above.

In 2018 as a city councilman, I co-sponsored legislation to add an extra officer to our police department to help fight the war on drugs in our community. The Norwalk Police Department is one of the finest, and I have the fullest confidence in our police department to protect our city from this crisis.

The best plan to win the war on drugs is when everyone is working together with the same goal. I will use my experience, personal relationships, and leadership skills to achieve this goal.

War on Drugs

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