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Coon Rapids Council Member Ward 5

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    Brian Armstrong
    (NP)

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    Jonathon Hauschild
    (NP)

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)

In my career and in the volunteer services I’ve been involved in, the keys have been listening, understanding and acting in the best interests of your team. I believe that summarizes the definition of what a city council member’s responsibilities should be for the people of the city.

I believe I have the ability to carry out that responsibility for the people of Ward 5.

I have dealt with both small business and family budgets, having to make tough decisions on where to invest funds or when to wait or make cuts in the best interest of ALL, not just some.

I have also learned to question the status quo. In today’s ever changing environment we need to be open to new voices and ideas from the citizens of our community.
First on my priorities is community safety. That is and should be the top priority for the city and any government entity. Coon Rapids already has a great police and fire force. I want to help build on that to keep our citizens safe. Second, should be fiscal responsibility. We pay taxes expecting the promise of safe living, good roads and solid educations for our kids. That should be foremost in spending decisions. Third will be strong infrastructure: Building and upgrading to benefit all.
With my 13 years of experience as a police reserve officer, two years as captain, I have developed a good understanding of how our Public Safety system works. I also have a good rapport with our current police chief and fire chief. By using these relationships to better understand their department’s needs to serve the community and help implement them. The CR multicultural advisory committee and other similar community groups will be key to tying in my vision of community/safely interaction.
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