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Neighborhoods

Often in local campaigns, people get up in the false dichotomy- the belief that a candidate is either "pro-neighborhoods" or "pro-business".  

Without safe neighborhoods, we can't attract quality businesses, and without jobs created by businesses, our neighborhoods would fail.

In our City we have room for both, with clearly defined zoning ordinances in our older neighborhoods, we can keep our neighborhoods quiet, and with low taxes from conservative spending, we can attract and promote businesses.

Our City Code hasn't been updated in several decades, and there are some modern, mixed-use type zone changes that might make some blighted areas more attractive, but, by and large, our existing communities should stay quiet and safe.


Committee to Elect James Corcoran, Anna Corcoran, Treasurer
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