There are several issues facing Ward 3 and the City. Bronson can tackle them and make our community a better place.
While education is not a direct responsibility of the city, we should support the schools within the city limits. We must build stronger partnerships with our public and private k-12 schools and the local four-year and community colleges. Education has always been the conduit to economic development and strong educational opportunities yield productivity that is worth the investment.
The current site of our courthouse extension used to be a school. The relocation of the Judicial Center and repurposing the existing site for affordable housing and/or a resource center would be ideal. A public/private partnership would create the synergy needed to drive additional investment to the ward.
The Local Economy
We must create opportunities for commercial development that will help strengthen our tax base while providing gainful employment. Our Development Service division must be aware of all laws that allow flexibility for different types of development. We must work with and not against restoring blighted properties that have been neglected.
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