#1 Priority as Mayor: Constitutional Protection & The Bill of Rights
As Mayor the following are also important to me:
Property rights & restraint of government, levies, assessments & civil forfeitures.
Ending GC/CM contracting wherever taxpayer dollars are involved.
Rotate Accounting staff and stop relying exclusively on state audits that encourage waste.
Long-term infrastructure planning with much lower cost per mile for roads and utilities.
Civil defense & preparedness. Backup communications built into infrastructure planning.
Repair leaking water lines that are losing 20% percent of their loads.
Resolve environmental questions about the WTE Plant (stack testing/soil testing & misleading recycling statistics)
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