It's time to look at Medina County Commissioners' financial and policy blunders, such as the Courthouse project, the fiber optic network, the Nexus pipeline, recycling and exorbitantly expensive countywide software. A $40 million plus Courthouse does not create permanent jobs.
Too many decisions, that cost a great deal of money, are made without public input, and often behind closed doors. It is one thing if the citizens decide they want pipelines in their backyards or a $40 plus million courthouse, but Medina County citizens have no voice. Even if Commissioners conducted their business publicly, they meet during the day when most tax payers are working.
As a teacher and a millennial, I do not see a plan for the future of those of us who would like to live and work in Medina County. It is a wonderful county, but we need a plan for economic development, not just half empty industrial parks, a plan for affordable housing and a plan to create meaningful jobs.
I am a lifelong resident of Medina County, a Medina BSA Troop 501 Eagle Scout, a graduate of Medina High School, a former Musical Bee, and a college graduate with a degree in music education. I am running for county commissioner because it's time that we make our government more open, our county officials more accessible, and our county more affordable to live and work. It's time for our voices to be heard, and for our county commissioners to listen. While my grandfather, father and mother have been in public office, I am a new voice of a new generation, with the unique understanding of what public service means.
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