Infrastructure Repair & Investment

Whether one opposes or supports laws that ensure communities have the necessary funding for a healthy infrastructure, including streets, sidewalks, clean water and sewer systems.


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    I fully support the building of parks and green areas in the City of Hialeah. I support good environmental municipal policy addressing industrial contamination and I support a policy of building lower density communities in the city.

    Rafael L Gomez

    City Council,
    Hialeah, Florida

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    We have a dedicated roads Income Tax for City streets and sidewalks. I also feel we need to challenge the state elected and work with our local to ensure every penny of taxpayer funding from the state get back to its taxpayers. We also need greater accountability on tracking our taxpayer dollars.

    Michael Farage

    City Commissioner,
    Grand Rapids, Michigan

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    Pamela M Sossi

    State Representative,
    Harper Woods, Michigan

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    We as a village must be able to maintain, forecast for growth and make repairs to the current infrastructure for the public. IF we allow sewers, water lines and street to go un-maintained the cost would be 5 times the normal cost to bring back to acceptable levels. As we budget each year we need to make sure we are allowing/forecasting for growth and changes to ensure the best infrastructure.

    John Moore

    Village Council,
    South Lebanon, Ohio

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    Chris J. Brenner

    Council President,
    Wellston, Ohio

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    David Browning

    Alderman,
    Greenbrier

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