I've defended our unique American values and freedoms as an Officer in the U.S. Navy. I protect our greenspace and champion parks on the Milton Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and I keep my own neighborhood beautiful as Chair of the Triple Crown Architecture Review Committee.
The City Council has a responsibility above all else to protect the unique character of our city. There is no place like Milton, and it requires leadership and experience to meet that obligation. I will protect your neighborhood and home. I am asking for your support to serve our community on the Milton City Council.
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Our city's character is truly unique. Our rural heritage as a community means we value the equestrian look and feel of our neighborhoods, and we take pride in the fact that we have resisted the same temptation to overdevelop like areas around us. On the City Council, I will fight to protect our Milton brand.
We see the threats to life and property in Atlanta and Buckhead, and we must ensure that the same violent crime does not take root in Milton. I will make one of my top priorities investments in police who keep our streets safe, better enable our fire and rescue teams to respond to emergencies, and other first responders who help ensure we don't turn into yet another haven for crime and violence.
Greenspace is a critical way we ensure we build our community in harmony with our brand. Active and passive parks, trails, and multi-use paths ensure our residents have outdoor offerings which improve our quality of life. As the Mayor's appointee on the Milton Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, I've been serving our community to ensure residents have these offerings available.
Our residents choose to call Milton home for a variety of reasons, but one of the commonalities is that we value our lower property taxes and higher quality of life. I want to ensure you are not taxed out of your home, and I will make sure that you're supported by local small businesses that call our community home too. We need our local small businesses to thrive so that we have options which reflect Milton's values.
As a veteran U.S. Navy Officer, I fell in love with Georgia when I had the opportunity to complete Navy Supply Corps School in Athens, GA. One of the most important lessons I learned was how to lead a team to pursue and succeed in achieving a common goal, something I have maintained throughout my life.
Your donation is an opportunity to be part of something wonderful. Support Jami Tucker for Milton City Council.