Issues

Advocacy 
I have lived in Millcreek for over 30 years. I attended and graduated from Skyline High School and my son currently attends Wasatch Junior High. My family and I are deeply ingrained in the fabric of our community and as a community member, I will listen to you and advocate for you, without rest. Many voters feel as if they do not have a voice in politics. I will be that voice, representing the interests of our community and fighting for our wants and needs.
Economic Growth
As a small business owner, I know how hard it can be to build your business up. If elected, I will advocate and help the more than 2200 businesses in Millcreek thrive by promoting residents and neighboring cities to buy from our local businesses and by fighting to streamline business licensing processes. 
By supporting local businesses and simplifying the business licensing process, we can attract new businesses to Millcreek and diversify our tax base.  I will bring fiscal responsibility, transparency, and open dialogue in our efforts to grow the economy of Millcreek. 
Metro Service District
I am opposed to staying in the MSD. Doing so would give up our bargaining power. As a newly formed city, it should be up to our elected officials, not others in the County, to determine how public services in our community should operate. 
I am not opposed to maintaining the current level of services or improve services with Salt Lake County. However, we should have the ability to choose which services we would like from the County and which services we would like to contract out. By voting out of the MSD, listening to the wants and needs of the community, and discussing our options, we can get the best services for the best price. 

 

Issues

Advocacy 
I have lived in Millcreek for over 30 years. I attended and graduated from Skyline High School and my son currently attends Wasatch Junior High. My family and I are deeply ingrained in the fabric of our community and as a community member, I will listen to you and advocate for you, without rest. Many voters feel as if they do not have a voice in politics. I will be that voice, representing the interests of our community and fighting for our wants and needs.
Economic Growth
As a small business owner, I know how hard it can be to build your business up. If elected, I will advocate and help the more than 2200 businesses in Millcreek thrive by promoting residents and neighboring cities to buy from our local businesses and by fighting to streamline business licensing processes. 
By supporting local businesses and simplifying the business licensing process, we can attract new businesses to Millcreek and diversify our tax base.  I will bring fiscal responsibility, transparency, and open dialogue in our efforts to grow the economy of Millcreek. 
Metro Service District
I am opposed to staying in the MSD. Doing so would give up our bargaining power. As a newly formed city, it should be up to our elected officials, not others in the County, to determine how public services in our community should operate. 
I am not opposed to maintaining the current level of services or improve services with Salt Lake County. However, we should have the ability to choose which services we would like from the County and which services we would like to contract out. By voting out of the MSD, listening to the wants and needs of the community, and discussing our options, we can get the best services for the best price.