VISION/ACCOMPLISHMENTS

COUNCIL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 

  • Market On Maple

  • Boarded and vacant ordinance

  • Infill fee reduction program

  • Acquired funding to start and complete 99/120 expansion

  • Acquired 2 million funding from county for Navigation Center

  • New fire station south of 120

  • 7 balanced budgets

  • Regular office hours to hear from community

  • Implemented traffic calming strategies to slow speeding and increase safety

  • 220 homeless reunited with family or provided housing

  • Food truck events in Library Park and other parks

  • More transparent and responsive government: interactive city web page, on-line bill pay

  • Established city’s Facebook page.

  • Cameras to increase bus stop security, LPR

  • Helped pass hotel tax which will bring in $1 million annually

  • Great Wolf: over 500 permanent and 1,500 construction jobs

  • More police officers and firefighters on the streets added each year

  • On-line alarm permitting

  • Go Request App – expedites city response times

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

 

  • SJAFCA Chair 

  • SJCOG (Council of Government) Transportation 

  • MUSD 2x2 

  • Downtown Revitalization Committee

  • Manteca Lathrop 2x2 

  • Government Lobbyist Committee 

  • Economic Development Committee 

  • Cannabis Policy and Regulation Committee 

  • Social Media Transparency Committee  

  • Manteca Rotary Board Community Service 

  • Hope Shelter Advisory Board 

  • Community Foundation of San Joaquin  

  • SJV Multiagency for Housing COG 

VISION

 

  • Facilitate and streamline business, commercial and industrial growth

  • Allocate funding for street repairs and grow our Streets crew

  • Expand City Hall using vertical integration and efficiency

  • Build a new police station or a Sub Station

  • Streamlining permitting processes

  • Support non-profits by reducing city fees

  • Implement In-Fill fee reduction program working Economic Development

  • More efficient, transparent and responsive government

  •  Make Main Street 4 lanes from 120 to 99 for better traffic movement

  • Fiber optics, community Internet and expanded bandwidth

  • Expand use of reclaimed water – purple pipe permitting

  • Expand License plate readers, Cameras to reduce property crimes and auto thefts