Campaign website: gary4cr.com
What makes you the best choice for this office?
My passion is service in all I do. Maturity, wisdom, personal integrity are key to rightful decisions on behalf of others. I live by a code of conservative humility and knowing who I am and what I can contribute is a simple, basic way of answering this question. I am open-minded and fair and balanced in my leadership. I have always been in leadership roles.
If you're elected, what one single issue will be at the top of your agenda?
The Promenade. To connect with the developers in the current time with maintenance and upkeep of the area, and to see to timeliness for completion of this project in a way that best benefits our community, economically and ascetically. To assist in prioritizing street and road needs in the area.
If you're elected, what must you accomplish in order for you to consider your term a success?
Still, The Promenade. In addition, to know I have made the best choices for our communities, downtown businesses, and outlying small businesses and residents concerning future developments. To know I have served my district community with honesty and integrity, having developed the trust of my town and constituents.
If elected, how would you continue work to help small local businesses recover from COVID-19?
I already support small businesses in several ways, as many know. Developments designed to keep the money here, and campaigns to always support local will do much. People follow leadership. I do and will lead out in supporting local as much as economically possible. Express positivity and hope and overcome the fear.
What do you believe is the best way for Castle Rock to manage growth and development in coming years?
The 2030 Comprehensive Master Plan, as directed by town council in accordance to our governing Home Rule Charter, is the guide to hold high. Focus in keeping balance of developments in all areas relevant to responsible growth include public works, public safety, Castle Rock water, and historical preservation. The town cannot allow developments to establish a foothold prior to knowing that the town's resources and infrastructure are adequate to serve the area. True economic development is achieved only with proper, even questionable planning.
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