Curb Appeal

Crundwell for Mansfield - Curb Appeal

Have you ever taken a good look at the signs you pass every day on Mansfield roadways?  Have you ever noticed how tired and faded many of them look?  For a visitor or new resident, trying to find their way without the guidance of a GPS system can be quite a difficult chore. “Sign, sign, everywhere a sign Blockin’ out …

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Constituent Service/Responsiveness

One of my first jobs in high school was working at Swallens on Park Ave. West.  There I met some great people and unfortunately was there when the store reached its demise in 1995.  It was the start of my retail career that kept me employed through college.  For the next five years, I worked for Walmart in Ashland and …

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Fiscal Responsibility

If elected, it looks like I’ll be part of a City-Council that will be faced with making some tough financial decisions.  According to reports in 2018, the city is expected to be in a deficit by 2020 of around $1.6 million. That is expected to grow each year beyond that. Working for a Catholic school, I know first-hand the challenges …

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Digital Image

If Mansfield is going to be a community of the 21st Century, then our digital presence needs to be fresh, modern and accessible. As someone who has spent most of his professional career in the digital space, I am going to be a vocal advocate on the city council for user-friendly, well-designed technology in city government. Our government portal should be welcoming …

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Residential Growth

Talk to any realtor and they will tell you the housing market has been bustling the last couple of years.  When my family was looking to purchase our home in Mansfield it was a challenge to buy a home because every time one came on the market — it sold within a day. We were lucky to get wind of the …

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