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STRONG FAIR LEADERSHIP DELIVERING RESULTS FOR OUR COMMUNITY
BUILDING A COUNTY PEOPLE WANT TO CALL HOME:
One of the reasons people move to Lake County is to enjoy the convenience of city living while enjoying the abundant parks and green spaces available to them in Lake County.
Over the past 7 years, I have worked tirelessly to ensure that we keep this a central theme of our Country Administration and this will continue to be part of my guiding philosophy over my next 4 years as your County Commissioner.
BUILDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO SUPPORT BUSINESS:
Infrastructure is a critical consideration for many business owners and executives, both startups and existing firms alike. A county that is able to offer access to transportation networks and a strong system of utilities will be able to attract businesses and encourage local entrepreneurs to open new enterprises.
I am proud that over the past 8 years, we have continued to invest in the expansion of the County's water and sewer infrastructure. With continued investment in our utilities and transportation networks, Lake County can continue to be an example of how to create a business environment that attracts local and international businesses to call Lake County home.
BUILDING THE WORKFORCE OF THE FUTURE:
Every day we see the importance of our skilled tradesmen and women, both in manufacturing and in the service sector. From carpentry to telecommunications to CNC machines, we need to create the infrastructure to train the next generation of skilled tradesmen and women in Lake County.
I am proud of the work we have done with the Auburn Career Center that offers courses in everything from IT (Information and Technology) to Architecture and Project Management. These skills will not only serve the students who learn them but the residents of Lake County by building a workforce able to fill much-needed jobs and attract employers to invest in our county.
KEEPING LAKE COUNTY WORKING:
As we begin to emerge from the COVID-19 lockdowns, it is critical that efforts are taken to ensure that investment continues to come into Lake County. These efforts are critical to letting employers and employees know that Lake County is not only open for business but looking to the future.
The $247 Million infrastructure investment funding through NOACA is an example of the resources we are attracting to keep Lake County thriving.
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