I’ve lived in Ward 3 for the last 40 years. I raised my family here and taught at Canandaigua Middle School for my entire career. My husband and I chose to retire here. Canandaigua is my home, and I know first-hand how important the quality of our city services is to everyone who calls this community home. This is why I ran for City Council in the first place: to protect and expand the vital services our city provides, while keeping spending under control and our taxes low.
It has been a great honor to represent Ward 3 on City Council. I have strived to improve the lives of all Canandaigua residents. I am proud of the work we’ve done to achieve this. But we still have work to do. We have critical city services that we must maintain and expand without ballooning the city budget. We have a lake and watershed to defend from pollution and over-development – something I have made a top priority as Chair of the Environmental and Parks Committee. And we have several key projects that we must see through to fruition. It is my continued commitment and goal to ensure that the city thrives for generations to come.