Constantly Improve Our Quality of Life
Safety Harbor is an exceptional place in which to live. We need Commissioners who actively look for ways to make life in Safety Harbor even better.
In my first term, I strongly advocated for a once-defeated proposal that now allows our residents to register their children for Clearwater athletics at resident rates. When I heard from residents that a railroad crossing near State Roads 580/590 had become dangerous, I went to local media to put pressure on CSX Corp. to fix it and to install long-needed warning lights at a railroad crossing near our Lincoln Highlands and Brooklyn neighborhoods.
Each year, we have dozens of road resurfacing and sidewalk replacement projects that are unfunded even though the city is sitting on extremely generous financial reserves.
We'll need to continue to address issues like these to ensure our quality of life remains the envy of Pinellas County and beyond.