Issues

City money and power belong to the people. Yet there are many local government corporations like Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones, Management Districts, and Redevelopment Authorities that aren’t easily accessible to the public, even though they make decisions that directly affect…

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This campaign season, a lot of candidates will be talking about basic city services. Houston can’t be world class city if our standards are that low. Yes, we need to excel in the provision of basic constituent services, and as…

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One thing I’ve learned as a Realtor and in many other endeavors is the power of playing well with others. I think the same must be true at City Hall and at the very local level. The city needs partnerships…

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It is vital that the City of Houston do a better job of educating Houstonians about the role each and every one of us play in creating better drainage and infrastructure. New residential and commercial drainage requirements are vital to…

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As a City, we must primarily be in the business of citizen engagement. Listen, listen, listen, and then listen more. That’s how I am earning Houston’s vote, and that’s how I will be as a Council Member. I will empower…

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Since long before I decided to run for City Council, I have been on a campaign to educate Houstonians about our reality of flooding and the long road to resilience, leading weekly classes for Realtors, other candidates for elected office,…

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  I don’t believe anyone should be displaced from their home and neighborhood. Thriving and successful neighborhoods have housing options for all levels of income. As president of the Heights Association, I advocated for tax-credit affordable housing and apartment complexes…

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