Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Kimberly A. Baioni for Euclid Council, Ward 4
If elected, Baioni hopes to limit the number of vacant homes in Euclid.
“Through my work with the Euclid Housing Task Force, I am more than prepared to continue to tackle the problem of vacant and abandoned properties from a City Council position — through education, research and aggressive marketing of all of the fine attributes that our city possesses,” she said.
She also would like to increase the number of young professionals and graduate students in the city though affordable housing, diversity, and local businesses.
“I have seen many buy homes in several different urban/inner-ring suburban communities over the years, (because) they are attracted (to the) access to public transportation, cultural diversity (and) a real ‘neighborhood’ feel and nonchain restaurants and shops,” Baioni said. ”
The Euclid High School graduate and 25-year resident is “passionate about future of the city”, and said she is well qualified with years of experience in the city’s Law Department and Cuyahoga County Land Bank.
-- Amy Popik, News-Herald article from Oct. 9, 2013