Balancing the Budget with City Growth
The city population has grown nearly 20% in the decade between 2010 and 2020.
It is expected that city will grow another 20% between 2020 and 2030.
Care needs to be taken to ensure city expenditures do the most good for the citizens in the community.
Keeping the City Safe and Attractive
Spanish Fork prides itself in its safety, access to shops and businesses, recreation options, and scenery.
City revenues should be prioritized to keep the city attractive to every citizen in the city. Clean parks, a modern library, and gigabit internet make Spanish Fork a city that we want to live in.
Increasing City Self-Reliance
We need to increase our self-reliance.
From a "rainy day fund" to help protect from economic instability to independent renewable energy generation to guard against fluctuating energy costs, it's a wise idea for the city to plan for an uncertain future.
Democracy and Integrity
I believe strongly in the democratic process and the Constitution of the United States.
The people of Spanish Fork will always be able to voice their concerns and I will represent them with fidelity and integrity.