It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as  the Franklin Township Mayor for two terms, Deputy Mayor, and  an At -Large Councilwoman, for a total of fifteen years.  My vision for the township is to stabilize taxes, expand economic development to increase commercial and industrial ratables that will ultimately reduce the tax burden on residential taxpayers. My plans are to further guide, focus, and encourage desired private investment in the Corporate Business District along the Worlds Fair Drive and  Davidson Ave corridor, creating a 24 hour live/work/play environments for the next generation of workers and their employers. Enhancing the construction permitting process to make the Township easier to do business with. This will help to address the demand for more flex space, creation and repurposing office park and commercial parcels for IT back office and medical office space. My continued focus will be to attract smart growth for entrepreneurs and restaurants to the Hamilton St Business District to become a lively pedestrian oriented, shopper friendly, retail focused Village Center.

My passion and mission in serving as an elected official public servant is to improve the quality of life for our youth and our seniors. I will continue on as the Vice Chair on of the Franklin Township Redevelopment Agency, which is responsible for assisting the Township of Franklin in the revitalization of the Renaissance Redevelopment Area and the provision of affordable and senior housing.

I want to continue to finish the work I am doing to spearhead the development of a Youth Center at 429 Lewis St near the Franklin Middle school which will serve all youth with many programs. The Youth Center will provide activities such as Debate Clubs, Violence and Delinquency Prevention, Life Skills workshops, Job Readiness Skills Training, Financial Literacy, Mentoring, Substance Abuse Prevention, Community Services Projects, Dance Classes, Video and Music Studios, Career Counseling, Workforce Development  and the list goes on and on. I say it over and over we can not do enough for our youth. I live here in Franklin, I love Franklin and I want to continue to invest in the future of our Township through our Youth and Seniors. It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as  the Franklin Township Mayor for two terms, Deputy Mayor, and  an At -Large Councilwoman, for a total of fifteen years.  My vision for the township is to stabilize taxes, expand economic development to increase commercial and industrial ratables that will ultimately reduce the tax burden on residential taxpayers. My plans are to further guide, focus, and encourage desired private investment in the Corporate Business District along the Worlds Fair Drive and  Davidson Ave corridor, creating a 24 hour live/work/play environments for the next generation of workers and their employers. Enhancing the construction permitting process to make the Township easier to do business with. This will help to address the demand for more flex space, creation and repurposing office park and commercial parcels for IT back office and medical office space. My continued focus will be to attract smart growth for entrepreneurs and restaurants to the Hamilton St Business District to become a lively pedestrian oriented, shopper friendly, retail focused Village Center.

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My passion and mission in serving as an elected official public servant is to improve the quality of life for our youth and our seniors. I will continue on as the Vice Chair on of the Franklin Township Redevelopment Agency, which is responsible for assisting the Township of Franklin in the revitalization of the Renaissance Redevelopment Area and the provision of affordable and senior housing.

I want to continue to finish the work I am doing to spearhead the development of a Youth Center at 429 Lewis St near the Franklin Middle school which will serve all youth with many programs. The Youth Center will provide activities such as Debate Clubs, Violence and Delinquency Prevention, Life Skills workshops, Job Readiness Skills Training, Financial Literacy, Mentoring, Substance Abuse Prevention, Community Services Projects, Dance Classes, Video and Music Studios, Career Counseling, Workforce Development  and the list goes on and on. I say it over and over we can not do enough for our youth. I live here in Franklin, I love Franklin and I want to continue to invest in the future of our Township through our Youth and Seniors.