October 1, 2019

Why Relationships Matter

Today, I was downtown for a lunch appointment and stopped in to see a longtime friend of the family.  While talking in his office, he was concerned that I would be upset that there was a sign for my opponent in their yard.  It turns out his wife was a friend of my opponent and offered to put up a …

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September 23, 2019

Listening in the 2nd Ward

Over the past several weeks, I’ve been getting out and meeting more people in the Second Ward. A few common themes tend to come up as I have been talking with the constituents of the Second Ward.

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July 7, 2019

Skating for Mansfield’s future

Proposed Mansfield Skate Park

TLDR: After listening to members of Mansfield’s skating community, I believe we should move forward with a skate park, and look for a solution to make meaningful improvements to our park system. Trying something new isn’t easy; I experience it at dinner every week with at least one of my three children. So I can somewhat understand the angst that …

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June 3, 2019

Let’s fix our parks before building new facilities

TLDR: My take: Our parks still are in need of many basic improvements before the City of Mansfield should be looking at spending $150,000 on a new skatepark facility. Spending a weekend working in my yard, I had not had the chance to read this week’s council docket.  However, I was quite surprised when Monday’s Richland Source headline was calling …

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January 7, 2019

Mansfield Native Jason Crundwell Announces Candidacy for Second Ward Council Seat

Jason Crundwell, a Mansfield native announced today that he is seeking election to the Mansfield City Council for the Second Ward.  Crundwell is currently the Director of Development and Alumni Relations for St. Peter’s Parish & School, and owner of Crundwell Digital Marketing, a small website design company. Crundwell grew up on Arthur Avenue and graduated from St. Peter’s High …

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