What are your top three priorities for the city and how would you accomplish them?

Jobs for everyone who needs one, because in our society nearly every shred of human dignity has been enshrined in the almighty job. But we actually DO have a lot of work to do–to invent, build, restore, and cleanse the vital life-giving and saving parts, while deliberately deploying local solutions designed to help us weather the gathering financial and geopolitical storms. We need to look to durability and stability in our policies, to secure an economic environment that will expand our competitive advantages of businesses who have found a home here, as well as attract a diversity of other enterprises to this entrepreneurial center.