This evening the Planning and Zoning Commission met for the first time since September to discuss proposed amendments related to the city's architectural and design building standards as well as an amendment that would prohibit long-term parking of RV's and trailers on residential streets. The meeting started out with approving the Commission Reappointments of Sharon Lake and Chrysti Lassiter. I'm very grateful that both of them have agreed to serve another term on this Comm
📬I received my early ballot this weekend, and for the first time, I saw my name on the Official Ballot for the General Election, and I cannot lie, the feeling is indescribable. I think it's a mix of joy, excitement, anticipation, but most of all gratitude to all of you for your support on the campaign, to the people that have taught me as I explored more and more about our city and its politics, and most of all to my family who have been my rock through this whole campaign.
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Today was another great day! First, some exciting news!
Signs are in! Available in two colors. ✌️
Dogs not included. 😆🐾
Please let me know if you would like a sign for your yard or business. My e-mail is email@example.com
I'm going to start dropping them off this weekend. Signs can go up on private property at any time but no more than 60 days prior to the election on public right of ways.
Secondly, this evening I was so proud to be on stage with 20 other