Keep Neighborhoods Safe
Keeping Placer County families safe has always been my number one priority. While we have maintained a balanced budget and increased reserves for future needs, we have ensured the future of law enforcement is secure. Our Board has made major investments in our Sheriff’s Office and Fire Department to ensure our first responders have the correct tools to respond quickly and expertly in emergencies. We have also invested in our parks and increased trails and open space for our residents to enjoy.
Our Board also worked with the City of Lincoln to negotiate a tax sharing agreement that allows them to add more police and fire personnel to protect their community.
I will work to ensure our first responders are FULLY funded and continue to have the resources they need to keep our residents safe for years to come.
Support Local Businesses
Our local businesses came under fire during the mandated state government shutdowns during COVID-19. Our county remained open and our Board made sure our local business had the support they needed. We provided more than 16 million dollars in grants to our small businesses and non-profits so they could stay open and keep people employed.
Our businesses will continue to strain under the immense regulations from our state and I pledge to be a fighter for local businesses against government overreach and over-taxation. We MUST continue to support our local businesses to ensure we have jobs and opportunities for our residents.
Ensure Your Tax Dollars Work for YOU
I promise to always be a judicious steward of your tax dollars. You entrust your government with your hard-earned dollars and expect service to match. The state of California continues to tax us immensely and we rarely see the direct benefit of those dollars. That will not be the case in Placer County as long as I am on the Board of Supervisors.
Accessibility and Availability
I worked with our partners at the City of Roseville, Placer County Transportation Planning Agency and Placer County Water Agency, to host public education meetings about development, transportation, and water. Our outreach efforts will continue and I pledge to keep working to inform our residents on what is happening throughout the county.
Civic engagement is so important, not only during election time, but year-round as we make decisions that will impact our community for generations. I will continue make myself available to meet with our residents and stakeholders when there are issues of concern.