Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Nick Nunnari for Westlake City Council
Nunnari, 54, currently works as an assistant service manager at AutoNation Ford.
The Westlake High School graduate believes that because he has lived over 40 years in Westlake, he is in touch with Ward 2’s needs.
“I’m well versed on residents’ concerns and passionate about community service,” he said. “I attend City Council meetings regularly and build solid working relationships.”
Nunnari said financial issues will be his chief concern.
“I will focus on areas which have fiscal components: continued cost savings for our citizens, strategic economic development and regionalization,” he said.
Nunnari said that he can see a bright future for Westlake.
“I envision the future Westlake will have financial stability, quality affordable city services, interdependence with regional partners and an open and responsive government that believes in low taxes and responsible management of our tax dollars,” he said. “It’s time to give back to the city that has given me so much. It would be an honor and privilege to serve as your voice on Westlake City Council.”
-- Jon Behm, Morning Journal article from Oct. 29, 2013