The Issues

The Issues

OUR COMMITMENT

We cherish Harrison and its longstanding history and traditions.

Harrison is our home and we have enjoyed raising our families here. We are accomplished executives who have had successful careers in large organizations. We intend to apply the experience and acumen we have gained during our careers to make the smart choices for Harrison in a nonpartisan and transparent way. We will not allow party politics to interfere with our duty to minimize the tax burden on our residents and to deliver municipal services as efficiently as possible.

THE ISSUES

Town officials should be vigilant stewards
of financial resources and transparent about how and why our tax dollars are being raised and spent. They should work to reduce the heavy tax burden on our residents while making smart investments for our future.

Growth and development in Harrison
are vital to our future but should respect the character and history of the local community and include an honest and transparent process to assess the impact on our quality of life.

It is the job of elected officials
to respect diverse viewpoints and to work on behalf of all Harrison residents, not just a select few. The views and input of town residents should be actively solicited and seriously considered whenever important decisions are being made.

Town business
should take place under the public
eye and information must be
freely and widely shared.

Town officials should adhere to
high ethical standards

and be held accountable if they violate the public trust. The town’s workforce should likewise conform with the highest standards of conduct. Legal and ethical violations of any kind will not be tolerated.

Our schoolchildren and other pedestrians
should be safe from hazards on our sidewalks and roads. Our children should be protected from guns, electronic cigarettes and other vices.

Harrison deserves
a vibrant and appealing downtown that is an accessible and attractive destination with diverse and thriving businesses, readily available parking and a welcoming community feel.

Town officials should be vigilant stewards
of financial resources and transparent about how and why our tax dollars are being raised and spent. They should work to reduce the heavy tax burden on our residents while making smart investments for our future.

Growth and development in Harrison
are vital to our future but should respect the character and history of the local community and include an honest and transparent process to assess the impact on our quality of life.

It is the job of elected officials
to respect diverse viewpoints and to work on behalf of all Harrison residents, not just a select few. The views and input of town residents should be actively solicited and seriously considered whenever important decisions are being made.

Town business
should take place under the public
eye and information must be
freely and widely shared.

Town officials should adhere to
high ethical standards

and be held accountable if they violate the public trust. The town’s workforce should likewise conform with the highest standards of conduct. Legal and ethical violations of any kind will not be tolerated.

Our schoolchildren and other pedestrians
should be safe from hazards on our sidewalks and roads. Our children should be protected from guns, electronic cigarettes and other vices.

Harrison deserves
a vibrant and appealing downtown that is an accessible and attractive destination with diverse and thriving businesses, readily available parking and a welcoming community feel.

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