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A council member serves on the city council. The city council makes any decisions on behalf of the city. This includes authorizing spending and adopting local laws. They oversee all city activities, including city services, programs, licensing, public safety, and more.

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    Michelle Herrick
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    Kathy McEnaney
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    Sherrie Pugh
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    Michael A. Tesmer
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Información Biográfica

Why are you the best candidate for this position? (750 characters)

If elected, what will your top three priorities be and why? (500 characters)

How will you work with your community to promote public safety in our neighborhoods? (500 characters)

I have been a proud resident and homeowner in Mound since 2005. I enjoy volunteering and working with others in our community at the Westonka Food Shelf. We have a wonderful caring and giving community that I have enjoyed supporting. Recently I have attended several council meetings and provided input in support of maintaining our small-town feel. I don’t believe our community wants high-density housing in downtown Mound. I decided I would make it official and run for office to support the city and my fellow citizens. I want to contribute and help make common sense decisions for our community.
I believe Mound has a bright future. There are a lot of bright, hardworking, and successful people that live in Mound. We already have a strong sense of community and by engaging our citizens we can create the vitality and vision we need to move forward. We need a strong and dynamic 2040 plan. What is the 2040 Plan? My point exactly. I would like to see our city staff proactively engage and inform our citizens so that our citizens can have the opportunity to be involved. This would be done
While we have seen an uptick in crime, however we seem to have benefited from our strong sense of community. See something say something. Mound's police department merged with the city of Orono's police department several years back. I believe we have an excellent police department which provides us with wonderful protection. However we still need the support of the citizens who can make a difference by being diligent in locking doors and reporting suspicious activity.
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Campaign Mailing Address 5567 SPRUCE ROAD
MOUND, MN 55364
I have career experience working in community economic development, building and renovating single family, multifamily housing and commercial real estate. I currently teach an entrepreneurship class and do business boaching.. I am a strategic thinker and community engagement facilitator and an attentive listener. I have served one term on the council and would like to serve one more term to see the fruition of several projects, most specifically the resolution to the manganese water contamination, implementation of the City Event park in Harbor Place and growing our economic base as an Age Friendly. I'm an experienced leader having served on national and local Boards as well as having been and Ececutive Director.
The number one priority is securing funding to build a new water treatment facility that will remove the manganese from our water. Number two is completion of our two park projects: Surfside and Harbor Place. Third is completion of safety and infrastructure repairs on Shoreline Dr. and Commerce Blvd., which includes replacement of our dangerous sidewalks as well as improving the trail crossings at Shoreline and Commerce. All of this work will contribute to building a thriving age friendly town
Fortunately, Mound has not experienced an increase in carjacking and home invasion, occurring in the meto, but we do need to be a community that watches out for each other. Police. wellness checks and domestic calls are evaluated. . Isolation during corvid may be a contributor plus neds of our aging population: ~50% over 55. We also should consider age friendly strategies like pairing neighbors with our older residents for safety and isolation checks will enhance community spirit.
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