My husband and I purchased our first home in Kaysville almost 30 years ago. We lived in East Kaysville for almost 18 years until we outgrew it. 12 years ago, we built our forever home in West Kaysville.
Kaysville needs a Mayor who understands Kaysville.
As a long-term resident having lived on both sides of I-15; I understand the challenges of living on both sides of the freeway. Kaysville wants Leadership and Strategic Planning and most importantly Kaysville residents want to feel seen, heard, and equally represented at City Hall.
I will continue to work with staff and the council to present detailed, data-driven, strategic plans that work in Kaysville. The due diligence process should be supported by consensus building, and at the end of the day always be in the best interest of Kaysville residents. During the last several years, we’ve experienced the good, bad, and ugly. We’ve seen self-interest prioritized over what’s good and right for us locally and nationally in politics.
As Mayor I’ll have increased ability to advocate for Kaysville to make sure that we are in front of our State Legislatures, County Commissioners, Communicating with the Utah League of Cities and Towns, engaging with other elected officials, and putting Kaysville first making sure that our city is appropriately represented as federal, state, county funds are allocated. I’ll make sure we balance our city budgets to ensure we preserve our exceptional quality of life.
I’m running for Mayor because I want to leave Kaysville better than I found it.