Moving Forward Morro Bay

I love Morro Bay and I support the direction in which we are going.

I am proud of what we have accomplished in the past 4 years and what we are planning to do over the next 10 years.

  • We are building a new water reclamation facility that is going to convert wastewater into drinking water and replenish the Morro Bay aquifer. We will stop dumping 1,000,000 gallons of wastewater a day into the Pacific Ocean.  We will become water-independent and drought-proof.
  • We are updating our General Plan/Local Coastal Program and our zoning ordinance. That will lay out a blueprint for future development with significant input from the people of Morro Bay.
  • We have built a Maritime Museum on the Embarcadero.
  • We’ve hired a new city manager and begun a comprehensive program of economic development in partnership with the Morro Bay Chamber of Commerce.
  • We are working with Castle Wind to develop renewable energy and a new industry for our City and our fishermen.
  • We have embraced a strategic planning process that helps us develop our city in a thoughtful and methodical way – paying attention to housing needs, economic development and support for our local business community.
  • We have annexed Dog Beach in order to keep it open and dog-friendly and we continue to work with stakeholders to protect the Chevron property as open space with recreational opportunities.
  • We have updated our Tidelands Trust Lease Policy and we are using it to develop a Sustainable Harbor Plan that will replace aging infrastructure and develop a Working Waterfront.

My passion is to help my city prosper and grow.

My vision of Morro Bay is that we are a small town that takes care of its citizens and welcomes visitors.

We need to build a sense of community in Morro Bay, people finding common ground to build on for the common good. Collaboration is the key to success.

I value for Morro Bay its:

  • Small town atmosphere
  • Scenic surroundings
  • Open space and parks
  • Outdoor activities
  • Small business owners
  • Citizen volunteers
  • Participative government

I want our city to provide a good living standard for the people who want to live here.

That includes:

  • Affordable housing
  • A variety of businesses and entertainment
  • Small town atmosphere
  • Scenic surroundings and open space
  • Outdoor exercise opportunities
  • An affordable getaway for visitors

    If you agree with me, I would be grateful for your vote on November 3rd!

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