I had the distinct honor of meeting with MetroTex Association of Realtors as we discussed the issues that affect residents throughout the Metroplex.
An important issue that we discussed, was the ability to sell one’s property or improve that property, and the fact that homeowner’s property rights have been seriously restricted by my opponent’s voting record.
Every council person who has been elected to serve their community, owes it to those citizens to research every item brought before them, including its impact, before voting on it.
When asked about a specific issue of restricting a homeowner’s ability to install a pool or outdoor living area, my opponent commented that he didn’t know what he voted for. That vote was a strong rejection of an individual’s property rights.
Because that rule was designed by a special interest group, it is also an indication of his willingness to to approve items that fall along the lines of what that just a few think is necessary in Keller.
I am committed to returning our city to one that respects others, reaches out for common resolutions to our issues, and looks forward to a bright future.
In my opinion, allowing a special interest group to dictate our future based on their narrow views and desires is wrong and stifles healthy economic growth.
As the Mayor of Keller, I will ensure that all citizens are represented and respected.