Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Kristian D. Jarosz for Euclid Council, Ward 4
Jarosz wants to promote growth in the city through supporting home ownership and property values.
“For many, their home will be the biggest investment they ever make, and I believe local government has a duty to protect that investment,” he said. “We must explore and implement strategies that both encourage home ownership and attract residents from outside our borders.”
If elected, he also would like to make sure there are enough police and fire staffed throughout the city, reduce loitering and littering for a better quality of life in the city and promote economic development through bringing in new businesses.
The 13-year resident is “deeply committed to the community” and believes “the decision local government makes during these next few years will be critical, and be felt for decades.”
Jarosz has experience though the Investment Management Consulting Association and Cleveland Leadership Institute, and has a “deep understanding of economic and financial analysis."
-- Amy Popik, News-Herald article from Oct. 9, 2013