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It has been an honor and a privilege to serve you on the City Council for the last four years.
I ran for Council in 2019 because I wanted Troy to turn the page from the lack of transparency and accountability that had affected our city for many years. While there is more work to be done, I am proud of my work in making our city government more accountable and accessible to everyday citizens. Troy's public ethics ordinance of 2020, which I supported and our Council passed, has restored trust in our city by declaring it off-limits for those who seek personal gain through public office.
Since the passing of the ordinance, my colleagues on City Council and I have gotten down to business keeping Troy an excellent place to raise a family. Our city's investments in public safety and amenities will sustain our high quality of life for generations to come.
For the next four years, our task as a city is to maintain the momentum we have built through hard work and integrity. I am ready and able to take on this task, which is why I humbly ask that you support me in this year's City Council election on Tuesday, November 7th.
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