Our campaign has a message: Norwalk’s Future Now. As a city we have become too complacent about too many critical issues. We need leadership and advocacy. The easy acceptance of mediocrity has to change. I’m running because I feel a sense of urgency.
We need to support our schools by working harder and smarter to get them the resources they need – and quickly. We need to make our streets safer. We need to change the way we do business. We need technological and other improvements so our government can be in constant contact with its residents. And that’s just the beginning.
It’s no longer acceptable for Norwalk to be less than what it can be. We need to stand together to demand that Norwalk become the most vibrant, diverse and successful city possible in which citizens are truly connected to one another.
This mayoral campaign is simple. It is about demanding and building Norwalk’s Future Now.