Dayhoff Westminster

Dayhoff Westminster Address: PO Box 124, Westminster MD 21158 410-259-6403

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

May 2, 2017: Westminster City Council candidate: Ann Thomas Gilbert

May 2, 2017: Westminster City Council candidate: Ann Thomas Gilbert

Profession: Adult Service Case worker for the Department of Social Services

Years Experience: 18+ years

Education: McDaniel College- Master of Science in Counseling Education; May 2009; University of Maryland Baltimore County, Bachelor of Arts; 1989

Community Groups involved in: Member of Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster, Member of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, Member of the Carroll Leadership Class of 2012, and Member of the Healthy Aging Leadership Team

Past Political Experience: None

Campaign priorities

1. Public safety- This is a multifaceted issue that needs to be addressed more vigorously and with greater focus. Improved public safety includes efforts to reduce the sale and use of drugs, to develop options for our homeless population and to deal with the crime issue. We need to collaborate with our service agencies and law enforcement to seek their suggestions and input. Partnering with local colleges, the health department, and local agencies to expand services will help to address these issues. By sharing our ideas and resources together we can progress toward a safer more attractive community. Offering more downtown family activities such as the successful Flower and Jazz fest, the wine stroll, and concerts in the park will increase exposure to all the city has to offer and will create a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.

2. Utilizing the Broadband project to attract new business and create jobs is an effort that needs continued support. This service puts our City in the forefront of modern technology to expand and develop business opportunities. By creating a business friendly atmosphere, we will stimulate economic growth. This accompanied with efforts to support law enforcement to reduce crime and the sale and use of drugs will make the downtown area safer and more appealing to our citizens and to future businesses.

3. Improving communication between the city administration, the council and the citizens of Westminster. To do this we can begin to broadcast council meetings on local programming. Create a newsletter from the council and to offer informal activities to enable communication with citizens; such as scheduled walks in neighborhoods, meet and greet sessions at local restaurants or business. This will allow us as representatives of your city to hear your concerns and hopefully praises as well.

Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

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