Beverly Hills is a uniquely family-oriented community with a special character and a world renowned quality of life. Today, however, we face major challenges in a time of difficult budgetary constraints. Water and utility rates have spiraled out of control. We are threatened by an irresponsible MTA plan to build a subway tunnel underneath our high school. Cut through traffic is choking our residential streets, disrupting our residents and endangering our children.
We need experienced leadership that is accountable to the community. The long term quality of our schools and infrastructure, the very fabric of a great city, demands smart decision making by us—starting today. That is why I am running for City Council.
I am offering a new direction for our city. I pledge to work with you to ensure a new era of openness and accountability. My vote is not for sale! I have the experience and integrity to do the job the people expect from their elected officials. Over the coming weeks, you will be hearing from me as I share my vision for our city and ask for your support. Together we can move Beverly Hills into the future without compromising our historic quality of life.
I am the only Council candidate with a clear plan that addresses our city's most critical issues.
Launch a new era of full transparency and accountability at City Hall.
Implement smart mitigation of flow-through traffic on our residential streets and fight to maintain two-hour free parking.
Work diligently to bring our spiraling utility and water rates under control.
Ensure that we provide accurate and easily accessible data to residents on all city spending.
Expand my proven commitment to our schools in opposition to the MTA tunnel and in support of an ironclad JPA.
Increase police visibility and rapid response times to keep Beverly Hills a world class destination.