City Council District 4
Former member and secretary to Hometown Networking Group in Kyle TX.
Former Chair to the Safety Committee for the Plum Creek HOA.
Former member of the Government Affairs Committee Kyle Chamber of Commerce.
Member Kyle Chamber of Commerce.
Current Board member for Kyle Chain Reaction, a non profit food pantry in Kyle TX.
Current Board member of the Kyle Train Depot and Historical Center.
Current Board Member for the Salvation Army of Hays County.
Commissioner and Vice Chair to the Planning and Zoning Commission in Kyle TX.
Member of the Rotary Club of Kyle Texas.
Continue to offer Utility and Rental assistance.
Continue to offer funding to small businesses through grants and low interest loans (low interest loans through General Fund, if possible.)
To create as outlined in the City Charter, the formation of a Historical Preservation Commission, to preserve and protect our historic Downtown and Downtown Residential district.
To offer educational opportunities in form of Grants (at least 3 per year) through ACC and the City of Kyle to families who are impoverished, however have a child that academically exceeds.
To ensure that the citizens of Kyle are aware that they are the Government of their city, and therefore have the right to transparency, communication, and participation in the administration of their city.
I am also an active volunteer within the community and have held several positions in various organizations and associations. Overall this experience has helped me hone in on my passion for service and working with groups of individuals to achieve a common goal.
Once elected I will work toward strengthening our local economy by welcoming a variety of businesses that bring jobs with livable wages, goods, and services so that our residents no longer have to drive to Austin or San Marcos for the things they need.
My next goal is to provide the people of Kyle with quality public and private amenities for them to use and benefit from. This will include everything from parks, playgrounds, and trails to local fitness centers and more dynamic dining options.
My third goal is to reduce the tax burden put on the citizens as much as feasibly possible. As we welcome in businesses and economic development, we are also welcoming in and increasing streams of revenue for the city; sales tax revenue and property tax on commercial plots of land. I believe that those increased streams of revenue can be used to decrease our reliance on residential property tax.