We face gridlocked traffic and high housing costs – and while we’ve taken steps to tackle these challenges and seize new possibilities as a community, there is much more we must do. In fact, there is much more I plan to do to keep Fremont a great place for all of us.
When I first addressed the Council as a Councilmember, I said that being appointed was the greatest joy of my professional life. That remains true to this day: it is my great honor and privilege to serve you on Fremont’s City Council.
A lifelong Fremont resident who attended our public schools, I choose to raise my family here. Walking door-to-door, from 28 Palms to Parkmont, we have discussed our shared hopes, and community concerns. I am running for City Council to improve our quality of life. My priorities include:
Reducing Traffic/Implementing Fremont’s Vision Zero
Two-thirds of commuters neither live nor work in Fremont. Let’s eliminate cut-through traffic by:
- installing turn restrictions
- issuing more traffic citations
- removing streets from navigation apps
At the same time, we need to work on improving traffic signalization, repaving, and repairing our streets for residents.
Protecting Our Neighborhoods
I’m fighting to enact stringent standards preventing excessive neighborhood development while preserving our past such as Cloverleaf Family Bowl.
Enhancing Public Safety
It's essential that we fully fund police and fire to ensure public safety on our streets and in our homes.
Strengthening City/School Partnerships
I advocate collaboration with our schools on the City of Fremont /Fremont Unified School District Liaison Committee, and championed for a new school through the city’s significant land donation to Fremont Unified School District to benefit District 3 students.
Experience, Engagement, and Enthusiasm!
My leadership, experience and independence have earned support and endorsement from working families, community preservationists, small business owners, and our neighbors.
As the only candidate to refuse developer contributions and uphold the community’s truth pledge, I respectfully ask for your vote to continue as your Councilmember.