Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Heritage Not "Hope."
Courtesy Large 4 Milton Inc
Over the next four weeks you are going to hear a lot from each candidate. Each will share with you their thoughts on the past, present and future. Some of it will sound familiar, but do not be mistaken. The differences are clear.
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My vision for Milton starts with a steadfast belief that we absolutely must protect our heritage. My opponent will say something similar, but his actions are inconsistent. As a conservative, I believe our overall security begins and ends with securing our financial standing. This is the only way we can protect our heritage. According to Milton's 2030 Comprehensive Plan, in just two years our expenses could surpass our revenues. This means a deficit and this is a fact.
The same report goes on to say that the city lacks a capital plan. Our Mayor and several members of the Council have worked to create one, but my opponent blocks substantive progress on this issue. Worst yet, he has not initiated any initiatives to turn this tide.
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My wife and I chose to make Milton our home. We chose Milton because of its rural character and sense of community. Milton is unique. I want to preserve this heritage for generations to come. I have a plan to move our city forward.
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I have nearly 30 years of experience working in communities across the southeast. As a designer, I've worked with community groups, citizens and governments to build award winning parks, joint use facilities and community centers. I recently led projects in nearby communities such as Peachtree Ridge Park in Gwinnett County, the Cherokee County Airport and Fall Line Trace Trail in Columbus, all of which received awards for quality. I am experienced with low impact, traffic reducing, and environmentally sound projects like those under consideration in Milton. My opponent is a federal regulator; I do not regulate, I create. This is a fact, not fiction.
It is also fact that regulation is strangling our national and local economy. As a Conservative, I believe we must pay our bills and protect our heritage.
Other key facts: In spite of what my opponent says, Milton’s near 200 miles of roads are more than Alpharetta’s 175 miles and many of our roads need improving. Yet, Milton has the smallest operating budget in the region. Milton's population and its financial obligations will grow. If revenues fail to keep pace with obligations, our ability to provide those services that influence our quality of life will also be impacted.
Remember to VOTE LARGE FOR MILTON!
Posted by Accessmilton Admin at Wednesday, October 12, 2011