I have been asked many times by constituents a few basic questions, why am I running and why I feel…
Britton Griffith, Vice President of Reno Engineering Corporation (a development services company based in Nevada), and past Reno City Planning Commissioner, officially filed to run for Reno City Council Ward 1 in the 2020 election cycle. Ward 1 encompasses the central-west area of Reno. Griffith stated, “I believe Reno has entered a critical time that demands a consensus-building community advocate that is passionate about protecting and preserving our neighborhoods, Ward 1 requires an effective leader who will support the economic vitality and quality of life the citizens of Reno deserve. I believe I am that leader.”
As a 5th generation Nevadan, University of Nevada graduate, female business owner and a past City of Reno Commissioner, I am fiercely committed to preserving and protecting our neighborhoods.
As a City Councilperson, often you are one critical vote out of seven. If elected, my promise to you and my fellow neighbors of Ward I is that my one vote would be dedicated to ensuring sustainability, supporting small businesses, and protecting our parks and citizens.
Good afternoon Reno, as many of you know I am a dedicated advocate for the arts in our community, and being passionate about our neighborhoods also means we should work together to elevate and protect the arts for all of us. I will be holding a special round table session in the coming weeks to meet with community stakeholders and art leaders to continue we have a voice.
Reno is in the midst of unprecedented change. Out of these times of positive population growth comes many challenges, of which we need to make smart decisions that will ensure our neighborhoods, parks, rivers and families are being protected, that we are preserving our heritage, that we are responsible about development and supporting our small businesses.
Dedicated to preserving the diverse character of our existing neighborhoods…