As a young attorney in this community, I am concerned about our future. With an aging population, every fall we see many children who graduated high school leave our community for the armed forces, college, or the workforce. It is safe to say for the last 30 years almost all of those kids will never move back. We need to make sure our priorities are to preserve this community through economic and infrastructure initiatives that promote growth and population retention.

Rail Transit  |   Fiber Optic Expansion   |   Public Education Funding   |   Infrastructure