NO NEW MUNICIPAL TAXES
The City of Strongsville is financially healthy. The Rec Center will be paid off this year and our business parks are thriving. With our AAA bond rating, now is not the time to raise municipal taxes on our residents and business owners.
KEEP INVESTING IN INFRASTRUCTURE
Strategic investments with tax dollars and federal stimulus monies in infrastructure projects and upgrades to our public facilities is wise. It is financially prudent to invest in long-term planning and to secure funding for much-in-demand walkways, trails, and bike paths.
ATTRACT & RETAIN RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES
Keeping taxes low, providing quality services, and economic development opportunities for businesses are essential and contribute to strong, safe neighborhoods and schools. I plan to work with Mayor Perciak and his administration to ensure safety, especially on our streets and in our parks. I will advocate for residents, property owners, and businesses.
COLLABORATE WITH OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Strong working relationships with our community partners makes Strongsville even stronger. I would like to partner with the Cleveland Metroparks, The Trust for Public Land, and the National Trails & Parks Recreation District to connect as many of our neighborhoods with our rec parks and Metroparks as possible.
LET’S TALK TRASH…AND RECYCLING
Let’s keep Strongsville sustainable by taking advantage of opportunities to educate residents about the proper way to recycle. As a county Recycling Ambassador, I am available for educational presentations to clubs and organizations.