Initiate Process to Explore Whether to Issue Pension Bonds - YES
Fiscal responsibility is one of the central values I campaigned on, and this vote speaks directly to that issue. Corte Madera is unique among cities in that we have a path to full funding our pension debt—but we're not out of the woods yet, and we are always on the lookout for ways to put our Town on even more solid financial footing. That's why I voted to initiate an exploratory process that will investigate the pros and cons of refinancing our unfunded pension liabilities a
Elevate Code Enforcement Officer to Communications Director - YES
Communication with residents is one of the most important tasks of local government, and yet, for all of Corte Madera's history, there has been no one in charge of maintaining that critical connection. I voted to change that, by elevating our Code Enforcement Manager to add Communications Director into his role. I believe that this positive step forward will help make residents lives easier by providing a clear point of contact for both code enforcement and communications iss
Publicly Post Town Employee Salaries - YES
This is a no-brainer for transparency: I voted yes to post the compensation of all Town employees on the Town's website, as this is critical information for the public to know.
Create Citizens' Task Force for Project Homekey - YES
Project Homekey has been one of the most challenging issues to arise in my two years on the Town Council, and has inflamed parts of our community like I've never seen. For those who aren't aware, the County has received a state grant to purchase a former hotel in Corte Madera and convert that into 18 units of permanent supportive housing for formerly homeless individuals and families (services will be provided by local nonprofits, and the units will be filled with known indiv