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Reading City Council Dist 1

Under the Home Rule Charter, the City of Reading is divided into six districts, with each district electing one Council member. District-elected Council members represent the voice of their District and act as a body to make decisions in the best interest of the entire City. The President of Council is elected at-large as the presiding officer of Council with the same voting powers as the other six District Council members. The President interacts with the Mayor and other governmental entities and represents the voice of Council.

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  • Louis R Perugini
    (Rep)

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    Brianna Tyson
    (Dem)

Información Biográfica

What motivates you to run for the office of Reading City council?

Please explain your qualifications for this position.

What is the most important issue(s) facing the City of Reading, and how will you resolve it?

Campaign Phone (215) 378-9201
Education Reading High School Class of 1958 Albright College, 1959-1960 Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Class of 1972
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Campaign Phone (610) 781-9397
Education Reading High Alum and some college.
Qualifications Volunteerism for four years in Reading with Planned Parenthood Votes.Activism in the last three years. Believe in healthcare for all. Education for all. Created fundraisers for underserved minorities. Organized a community cleanup. Marched against inequality with Make the Road, Berks Stands Up, and Sunrise Berks.
Reading's community has been underserved and underfunded for years. Having been born and raised here I saw the depreciation of Reading happen firsthand. The city needs someone who is going to be responsible with its funds. Our policies should help the community not hindered it.
I worked closely with grassroots organizations to promote equality and equity. I created events to register residents to vote, I fundraised for two residents and did a coat drive and a drive for underserved girls. Early this I held a community cleanup on S 7th and Bingaman. I marched with the youth last year to protest against racism.
The most important issues are city waste, economic development and providing opportunities for our youth. When in office I can bring a third party auditor to review our city's waste in budget. I promise to encourage a prosperous spirit in our community and find solutions to its depreciating buildings. Our youth will be offered more opportunities to build in the community and be encourage to pursue positions that better the community.