East End Community Council

East End Community Council was lively and informative. Those who live in the East End complained about a few issues that's affecting their community such as lack of parking and hot spots for crime. Some community members also expressed frustration with what they perceive to be an effort to push our residents to make way for a robust new housing development and entertainment center. I had the opportunity to share my plan and made sure they knew that the "forgotten communities" are coming to an end once I am elected. I expressed that Jobs + Education + Accountable Housing = Reduced Poverty. Under Education also means training for skills that can't be replaced by technology, which is incredibly important for blue collar workers. #PASTOR