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Dayton Council Member (Special Election)

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    Matt Trost

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)

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Campaign Website http://mattfordayton.com
Campaign Email Matt4dayton@gmail.com
Campaign Mailing Address 14645 146TH AVE N
DAYTON, MN 55327
I was born and raised in Dayton, MN and spent over half of my life being influenced by the city and everything it has to offer. After getting married at St. John’s the Baptist (nearly a decade ago) and starting our family, we recently moved back to Dayton in order to raise our daughter in a safe, and promising community.

I obtained my Bachelors in Economics from the University of Minnesota (Go Gophers). Since then, I led multiple initiatives driving billions of dollars in financial savings for fortune 500 companies. Now, I want to focus my strengths on serving our community creating a safer, stronger Dayton.
Dayton has fallen behind in providing the basic requirements for the city. These items will be my top priorities:

1. Ensuring needed resources for our Fire Department 2. Ensure we make Dayton a city that will attract the best talent to help ensure our city prospers 3. Ensure that we have an actionable long term plan for Dayton's traffic, growth and the needs of all citizens
Dayton residence on the south side of town have very poor fire coverage. This is not any fault to our amazing firefighters but the result of a city that allowed growth but refuses to address the needs of the citizens. Dayton is down 1 Police officer. It is a position that the city has struggled to fill. We need to work to understand what we can do to attract the best talent to Dayton to protect our city. Lastly, the city needs to address its water issues, both the quality and the quantity.