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 “Huntersville is a great place to live, but our continued growth is creating many challenges for our town. I want to continue looking at our town government
with a fresh set of eyes to ensure that our future is as bright as our historic past.”

- Dan

Will You Chip In To Help Dan?

Vision for the Future:
 

  • Promote Public Safety:  I’m proud to stand with law enforcement to keep crime down in Huntersville. As commissioner, it’s been my pleasure to serve as the Town’s Public Safety Liaison working with our Police and Fire Department to ensure they have the tools and resources necessary to keep all of us safe.  As our town and region continue to grow, I will focus on ensuring their needs continue to be met and that public safety remains the top priority for our town.

  • Continuing to Make Our Town Government More Fiscally Responsible:  Over the last four years, our mayor, our town commission, and our town staff have worked hard to cut waste and have saved hundreds of thousands in tax dollars.  Over the next two years I will continue to push for further savings and continued fiscal responsibility. I will always be looking for ways to save our tax dollars.

  • Continue Promoting Economic Development and Job Growth: We have made great strides to make Huntersville more business-friendly, such as establishing the Huntersville Ordinances Advisory Board and the Pre-Development Board. We must continue to look at ways to encourage more economic development and job growth including keeping taxes low, ensuring our town provides the infrastructure businesses need,  and making sure we don’t over burden businesses and industries with needless regulations.

  • Address Traffic Challenges: We continue to look for solutions to the many traffic challenges we face, including the use of our fund balance to accelerate road projects and altering our Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) ordinance to allow for larger road improvement projects from developers. However, our road problems only seem to be getting worse. Over the next two years, I will push for continued town investment in road projects, further changes to our Traffic Impact Analysis ordinance, more regional cooperation on transportation issues and a better relationship with the NCDOT as ways to improve our roads and ease some of our traffic problems. I will also continue to fight against tolls on I-77 as we look for better solutions.

 

I am excited to continue serving my town and to take on the challenges we face as a growing community!