A WORKING PERSON WHO STANDS UP FOR WORKING FAMILIES.
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Our sewers and drainage must be updated because we can not allow flooding to degrade our business’ and homes. We need to conduct research on our drainage systems updating the survey information we have from nearly 20 years ago.
Access to broadband internet becomes more and more important as our dependence on it grows.
As someone who experienced homelessness I understand the power of receiving a chance to get back on my feet. Without the opportunity of a union carpentry job I would not be where I am today.
I would work to implement mindful programs that would help our homeless population gain opportunities like union apprenticeships in order to thrive and contribute to our community.