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Our bike paths, hiking trails, and sidewalks are things that allow our bodies to move and define the neighborhoods, places and spaces that make up our lived environment. It is important to preserve and enhance these resources when feasible as it allows us to connect with our bodies and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
And it makes good economic sense as well, in that cities and places with outdoor amenities are particularly attractive to a younger, more mobile workforce, like your kids or grandkids who moved away. The sunshine in our Sun City doesn’t hurt so much either.
I am committed to protecting our open spaces and enhancing our historic places in District 1. We need a Fresh Perspective in City Council that can create the consensus necessary to keep El Paso moving forward. I am ready to listen, learn, and lead.
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