Internet access must be treated as a utility as more and more essential activities are taking place online.
Economic development in the urban core will stabilize the tax rate throughout the city.
Education is a community responsibility to prepare our youth to become the political and business leaders of tomorrow.
Neighborhood groups provide opportunities for neighbors to get to know one another, work together toward common goals, and develop the civic skills necessary for democratic participation.
COVID economic recovery will be a chance to reimagine and rebuild our communities around systems of care and respect.
Our residents' quality of life is heavily impacted by the City's ability to deliver high quality services.
Stable and affordable housing stock is a cornerstone of a strong city.
My father and grandfather were both police officers, so I understand the value placed on maintaining a safe community.
Holyoke's brick buildings are an integral piece of our historic identity.
Green energy from the hydroelectric dam is a part of Holyoke's legacy.