Matthew Jaworski for Wickliffe Council At Large
“One of the most common complaints I’ve heard is that the city does a below average job communicating with the residents,” he said in his questionnaire. “In this day and age of instant communication, communication should not be a problem. I’d like to see the City review (its) reverse 911 policy. If there is a major safety issue, the City needs to do all it can to let the residents know what is going on.”
If returned to council by voters, Jaworski said he would do whatever it takes to find and implement a solution to the flooding issue. Also, he’d like to help Wickliffe anticipate future problems and trends so as to decide on the best course of action, particularly when it comes to economic development.
“I have a history of listening to the voters and understanding their issues and points of view. Throughout my eight years on council, I earned a reputation as not being a yes man to the mayor or anyone else on council,” he said. “I voted in a way that I thought was best for the city.”
-- Elizabeth Lundblad, News-Herald story from Oct. 24, 2013