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Rosemount City Mayor

The role of city mayor can vary from city to city. However, the mayor is usually the head of the city and may represent the city in front of other government bodies. A mayor also usually has a role in proposing a city budget that is approved by the city council. The budget influences the services the city provides to its residents. Mayors sometimes are voting members of city council, and in some cities the mayor is in charge of city council meetings.

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    Jason Moore
    (NP)

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    Jeff Weisensel
    (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)

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I support growing our community “Spirit of Pride and Progress” so residents can enjoy our hometown feel within existing and emerging neighborhoods. I bring a strong record of service and leadership on City Council with positive results and recognition as a “Best Place to Live in the Nation” with high marks for safe communities, education, public spaces and families. Fiscal restraint has yielded an AA+ bond rating and decrease in tax rate for residents from #8 to #3 in Dakota County cities. My service is built upon a foundation of community involvement, continuous learning and connective partnerships at multiple levels. For more information, please go to weisensel4rosemountcitycouncil.com.
Fiscal restraint through innovative solutions and technology use. Residents want tax dollars spent with the “Best Bang for the Buck” to provide effective and efficiency services with long term vision and sustainability. Welcome and support new and existing business. Residents want more choices in retail and commercial business expansion and growth to increase our tax capacity and broaden tax base Civic Engagement Residents want to feel connected and appreciate our “hometown” feel

I support updated facilities, public safety personnel/resident interactions, and technology to support our public safety mission. Specific examples include 1) New PD Building 2) Partnerships with residents and HOA’s in cooperative crime prevention efforts like Nite-to-Unite and neighborhood watches 2) Engagement strategies with newsletters, social media postings and 911 text technology. 3) Anti-crime technology to monitor and aid in crime prevention and apprehension.