SUPPORTING A VIBRANT LIFE FOR ALL OF QUINCY
Quincy has rich and vibrant neighborhoods that build a sense of community through its many events and celebrations - from Porchfest to the August Moon Festival, from our Flag Day to Chowdafest. This is one of the many reasons people come to Quincy and choose to call it home.
As our city grows and changes, we must be diligent in our efforts. Our government must not only reflect our community, but have an appreciation of the past, a focus on today and an eye toward the future.
Supporting seniors, I helped to restart a defunct tenant association at one of the city’s senior homes, and have continued to advocate for their work.
This term, I spearheaded the creation of the city’s first LGBTQ commission and with my fellow councilors, I sponsored the effort to reinstate the Disability Commission.
We also need to ensure that our government does not forget its first priority- serving the people of Quincy.
Our city also faces many challenges, from repairing an aging infrastructure, to improving our schools, and helping those impacted by the opioid epidemic. We must meet these challenges head on and find effective solutions, and I am working to find those answers every day.
I will continue to fight for you and for a brighter future for all of Quincy because this is our city, our future and I am proud to be your voice.