An Incredible Four Years



My Priorities


Promote

Promotion is part of any well-implemented plan and is achieved in many ways. It is continuing to foster the economic development that we’ve witnessed over the last couple of years on the riverfront and Beechmont Ave. It is the committees that help to shape the important development of our riverfront and Ancor areas. And finally, it’s the engagement of our community in the exploration of new ideas like diverse retail, empty-nester housing, a new hotel and indoor recreational space.

Preserve

Preserving some of the policies, procedures and plans that the past administrations have put in place make Anderson Township’s government strong and our community a wonderful place to live. Preserving things like our high bond rating, our strong community partnerships (schools, parks, businesses), and continuing the implementation of outstanding amenities like our trail system are key to keeping and attracting residents and maintaining property values.

Protect

Strong police, fire protection, and infrastructure services are important. Protecting our reputation and our ability to maintain Anderson Township as a great place to live, work and play is vital to our continued success as one of the best townships in the country. Through strong, character-based, responsible leadership, we make protecting our rights a priority, while making sure we have the best in vital and necessary road maintenance, law enforcement, and fire safety services.

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About Me


Where
I come from

I was raised and have lived in Anderson Township for over 30 years. I went to Wilson Elementary, Turpin High School, and I graduated from the Lindner College of Business at The University of Cincinnati in 1999. After briefly living in Hyde Park and Mt. Washington, we moved back to Anderson in 2004.

I am Vice President at Jones Lang LaSalle, where I am a corporate real estate consultant working mostly with companies who lease and/or buy office space. I am a board member and past-president of the Cincinnati/NKY Chapter of NAIOP, and on the boards of Memorial Hall, Lindner College of Business Alumni Board and The Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati. In 2012 I had the honor of being named one of The Business Courier’s “Forty Under 40.”

When my wife and I moved back to Anderson I wanted to take a more active role in the community that gave me so much growing up.

I was President of The Landings of Anderson HOA, a member of Anderson’s Green Space Committee for 3-years, and a Commissioner for the Anderson Park District from 2009 to 2013. I continue to be a member and very involved in Anderson’s Economic Development Committee and the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce.

Since being elected in 2013:

More than $500 Million

Since 2013, Anderson Township has enjoyed more than $500MM
In public and private investment.

New Businesses Everywhere!

Anderson has welcomed more than 200 new and expanded businesses
since 2013.

New Homes Everywhere!

Anderson continues to be one of the most desirable Greater Cincinnati communities.
More than 200 new homes have been completed, or are under construction.

Aaa Credit Rating

With the fiscally responsible Anderson government, we have maintained
a AAa credit rating; one of the highest of any Gov't in the state.

More than 2,700 Acres of Greenspace

Added over 100 acres of green space, bringing our total green space and park acreage to over 2,700; 5 times the national recommended average. (Source NRPA 2015 report)

Fire and Rescue Partnership

Our new Fire Department partnership with the Village of Newtown makes Fire and Rescure more responsive, more efficient, and saves our residents millions of dollars by not having to build a new station.

Anderson Senior Center Saved

When faced with the exit of the previous management of our cherished Senior Center, Township Administration and Trustees steped up to provide a solution that has not only replaced, but improved the services and activities.

Aggregation Saves Residents Money

The introduction of electric and trash aggregation uses our population to save all of us money.

Miles of Sidewalks and Trails

Since 2013, the Township has added miles of new sidewalks, and trails, including the extensions planned for the Ohio River trails..

An Incredible Four Years