I believe voters will look at the body of knowledge I built during countless meetings with stakeholders, my supportive actions, and my unequivocal statements in support of a comprehensive housing-affordability plan for the Town and know that I am not paying the topic lip service.
I was a nervous wreck speaking to a group of 353 Cary citizens and stakeholders this evening, but the event left me inspired to keep moving forward. If you were not able to attend the event, this is my statement of my support for local affordable housing funding in its entirety
I hope to see communities in the Triangle following the lead of Charlotte, Ashville and many other NC towns and cities in passing nondiscrimination ordinances.
If elected, it will be my mission to work with other like-minded citizens, councilpersons, non-profit organizations, and town staff to make it possible for others to live in Cary without being housing-cost burdened.
I installed solar on my home, and I would like to see solar panels on rooftops all over Cary.