A TRUE FORT WORTH REPRESENTATIVE WHO IS A FAITHFUL CONSERVATIVE & A DEDICATED PUBLIC SERVANT
The City of Fort Worth is in dire need of leaders who simultaneously look ahead while addressing immediate issues facing their constituents, the economy and the morale of the 5th largest city in Texas. Our children, veterans and tax payers deserve fresh, new and diverse input in our city's administration. This input should include ideas on how best to allocate funds to projects, initiatives, and communities in need of revitalization.
Teresa Ramirez has amazing experience as a coordinator, organizer, and activist for her community in Fort Worth, Texas. She sees the needs of her community and takes action immediately by reaching out to her elected leaders, organizations and fellow activists to organize efforts to address every issue she has identified in District 4.
Below are some of her target issues, items she feels strongly about and intends to focus on as soon as she assumes the office of Fort Worth City Council Place 4.
LESS GOVERNMENT, LESS RECKLESS SPENDING
DEFEND RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES FROM REZONING
As a Neighborhood crime watch volunteer, Teresa strives to ensure that our community is safe. Regardless of age or ethnicity, every individual deserves respect within their home, families and voices. Together, we are united and will thrive as a strong community.
Federal and State spending is an issue affecting every municipality in Texas, and overspending is a real issue. Teresa will make sure any funds allocated to the City will be appropriately spent, and are accepted without contingencies that bend the City to the Will of Big Government.
The liberty of Fort Worth is not for sale.
Teresa believes that family involvement in the education system is key to improving our communities and enriching the lives of all Fort Worth residents. She believes that we should be focusing on funding programs that focus and expand on community outreach, in order to provide the best opportunities for Fort Worth children and areas in need of revitalization.
No community in Fort Worth should face potential property tax inflation due to rezoning of residential areas. Large companies demanding large quantities of land for their warehouses can disrupt the peace of residential communities, and they should not be offered tax incentives at the expense of tax-paying residents in the City of Fort Worth.
Teresa will be sure to negotiate hard for residents and businesses to come to a mutually beneficial agreement for economic growth and preservation of residential communities.