I'm a physicist, wife, and mother. I live in West Windsor, New Jersey. When I pass by the newly finished construction site at Bear Brook Rd, which was farmland two years ago, I worry which farmland is the next to go and feel the urgency to preserve the remaining open space in West Windsor. When I hit the potholes in Bear Brook Rd before the Alexander Rd intersection, I'm concerned how many tires may be damaged by them and am happy about my introduction of the Pavement Preservation program to West Windsor this June to repair roads while saving costs. When I shop at WooRi Mart, the new Korean supermarket by our Beautiful Pavilion, I hope it will survive and thrive in West Windsor.
As I enlist some of my own concerns that resonate with those of 2,000 West Windsor families with whom I spoke on my campaign trails, I hope to convey and act on their voices as a new member of our administration. I’m asking for your vote for the opportunity and privilege to act on our residents’ behalf by working as a council member, along with my running mates Shin-Yi Lin and Alison Miller.
Together with the new administration, I will gather information, analyze data, and communicate with residents to work on three major West Windsor issues: (1) Preserve open space to limit residential over development and protect our schools and environment; (2) improve the quality and safety of our roads and our infrastructure while saving costs; and (3) stabilize property taxes by introducing proven successful and cost saving initiatives and programs and by attracting and growing community-building local businesses. Please allow me the opportunity to serve our residents, and, our children for a greener future into our preserved open space.
Since 2019, I have raised $4,100 from 13 families (8 from West Windsor) and one local organization. This fund will cover the absolute campaign necessities such as campaign boards, mailing, paper, and printing. I hope you can help me to reach the $15,000 goal so I can effectively contribute to our deteriorating infrastructure, overdevelopment, and ever-increasing property taxes issues as a council member.