I’ve lived in Layton for my whole life, 60 years now, so I’ve seen how Layton has grown from a farming community to the city it is today. I have been actively involved in city planning and council meetings, I have made my voice heard to our representatives and I have advocated for my family and my community as this city has developed. I believe my next step in continuing to help guide this city as it grows is to be on the council and work with other citizens just as some of those before me have done so.
With a lifetime as a gentleman farmer and over 40 years of professional experience in government services, industrial construction and manufacturing, affordable housing development, and environmental and water conservation, I have the experience to ask tough questions. And to ensure our city managers, staff, mayor, and council take into account all our citizens’ needs as they are ever-changing.
One of the most important functions of city government is public safety. While growth is inevitable, we must plan multi-family housing opportunities around public transit, consider traffic patterns, and the effect on the schools in the area. I will advocate for a plan that considers these. I also believe in open spaces and water conservation. Both of these are vital for our city to manage growth and make the city great and livable.
In 2005, after a City Planning meeting I attended, on the City Hall steps I was told by a developer and elected official that if I didn’t like how Layton was growing I should move. I didn’t like his statement or tone, so I got involved instead.
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