I have called Huntersville home for over 25 years, am a native of Charlotte, have worked in the finance and real estate sectors most of my career and am a married father.
I firmly believe many of the problems facing our Town are a direct result of problematic long term policy decisions. Some of the problems, like addressing traffic impacts from development are obvious, but others that will result in higher taxes are less so. None of the problems we face are insurmountable and can be addressed with forward thinking policy. I have spent five plus years learning Huntersville's regulatory framework and coupled with my experience in municipal finance as well as real estate makes me uniquely qualified to serve the community. Taking a long-term view and balanced perspective to regulation is the best strategy to create solutions. Actions speak louder than words and to that end, I have already developed solutions to some of the problems we face today and would continue to do so as a member of the Huntersville Board of Commissioners.
I am committed to serving the citizens of Huntersville by solving problems, putting the interest of the public first and not playing politics. Our town board needs members that are professional have different perspectives and can work together for the greater good of our town.
I currently serve on the Huntersville Ordinances Advisory Board and previously served as Chairperson and Vice Chair. In addition to serving on the Huntersville Ordinances Advisory Board, I also Chaired the Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) subcommittee, completed the Certified Zoning Official (Planning and Development Regulation) training class at the UNC School of Government. I have additionally served as a board member and treasurer of the Villages of Rosedale HOA, an assistant scoutmaster with Huntersville’s Scout Troop 19 and previously worked in the municipal finance group of Interstate/Johnson Lane and Wachovia Securities.
I am HERE TO HELP, with solutions not empty promises.