Preserving Jackson's Past and Strengthening its Future
Just like the four generations of my family who lived in Jackson before me, I care deeply about our community. As County Commissioner I plan to fight to maintain the community character that makes Jackson so special. The working families, middle class and local businesses that make-up our community core are the ones most affected by our housing crisis. If we lose these groups, we lose the heart and soul of Jackson Hole.
My experience growing up as a multigenerational local has provided me with a more intimate knowledge and understanding of many of the issues that our community has faced in the past. This historical knowledge gives me a unique perspective and will allow me to make more informed and educated decisions regarding Jackson’s future.
I strongly believe that the Town and County should start working with the private sector by providing incentives and giving landowners and developers some relief from the exorbitant development fees so we can start making progress on creating affordable housing.
Furthermore, I’m running because my generation is the least represented in local government, yet they are some of the most affected by the housing crisis. They want someone who has a better understanding of their needs who is willing to advocate for them. If we don’t start taking serious action soon we are going to force an entire generation and class out of Jackson.