I hope my District 3 neighbors will vote for Robin Kash on Nov. 5. By electing Kash, constituents will get a City Council member who holds regularly scheduled district meetings and smaller neighborhood meetings to solicit input and advice. Communication is a two-way street, and Kash will listen to your concerns and bring them before the City Council. He also will return your phone calls and emails in the dignified and respectful manner that you deserve as a resident and taxpayer.
As a collaborator in watershed management, he will continue to work on all aspects of flood mitigation — not just walls and levees — and will not “kick the can” down the road for future generations to deal with.
He will ask questions on your behalf when the City Council is approached for taxpayer dollars to help fund a development project — such as, “How many jobs will this produce, and how will this affect my district?” He will not be an automatic “yes” vote on every issue before the council.
It’s time for a change in District 3.
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