In the May 1 election, no candidate managed to earn 50% or more of the votes, so the top two vote-getters will proceed to the runoff election. Early voting starts Monday, May 24.
Editor’s note: Candidates are listed in alphabetical order by last name.
Frisco City Council Place 3
To safeguard Frisco’s healthy growth requires vigilance on issues impacting quality of life such as public safety and traffic. I’ll support public safety initiatives advocating for personnel ratios in alignment with population growth, and investments in the latest technology and training to support such accelerated growth. I’ll champion innovative traffic-mitigation solutions through public-private partnerships for effective congestion management.
• Brand and market a revenue-generating narrated “Frisco sightseeing tour” that connects all unique city destinations (the Rail District, the Star, the PGA, Heritage Museum, and others) via San Francisco-style trolley, New York-style hop-on-hop-off open-air bus, or London-style double-decker bus inviting visitors and residents to park their cars and tour the city.
• Leverage strategic partnerships to create incubators availing small business owners to the wealth of knowledge of resident Frisco executives.
• Solicit broad and diverse perspectives by administering an automated annual Resident Satisfaction Survey, entitled “Speak Up Frisco”, collecting, and analyzing feedback from all demographic profiles.