Leadership does not always permit you to go along with the crowd. As Mayor I would continue to be a leader that the citizens can count on, even when the going gets tough. Unfortunately, my opponent has gone negative saying I make too many no votes. Read a few examples to see if you agree with my no votes that he disagrees with:
- I voted against an $8-11 million tax payer subsidized four level parking garage that would have towered over Sweet Cow and Lucky Pie.
- I voted no to pursuing a zoning change at the Sam’s Club site that would allow 4 to 5 story hi-rises with up to 525 high density residential units.
- I voted no on a $1.1 million taxpayer subside to tear down old buildings on Main Street and replace them with a three-story building that do not fit with downtown’s historic buildings. This subsidy would set the precedent for more taxpayer subsidized tear downs.
I stand by my record and know that I am working relentlessly to promote the City and Citizens of Louisville even if I have to vote no on an issue. Leadership does not always permit you to go along with the crowd. As Mayor I would continue to be a leader that the citizens can count on, even when the going gets tough.
I need your help to become Louisville’s next Mayor. Please call, text, or e-mail me if you would like a yard sign. Please let your friends and neighbors know that you support me. Please let me know if you would like to be listed as an endorser.
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Candidate for Mayor of Louisville