Mike Cerro "building a better madison for today and for the future"
Thank you for all of your help these past few months, for your confidence in me, and your vote.
Our campaign was the only truly Independent and grass-roots campaign.
I think overall against a stacked deck, against the entrenched political machine... we did great!
Madison residents deserve to live in a community that is safe from crime. With safe roads for pedestrians, bicycles and vehicle traffic.
We need to support the continued expansion of bike paths, bike routes and bicycle friendly commuting, along with the burgeoning hybrid and electric vehicles.
We deserve to have well maintained roads, traffic and crosswalk striping, smart traffic controls, and intersection monitoring. Smart planning and growth for the future needs of our expanding community.
We need to support the needs of our schools by providing safe streets, and a safe environment for our children to be able to focus on school in order for them to become valuable future citizens.
We deserve and need to foster top notch emergency services that have the best in class training and equipment.
I support emergency services that are well staffed to accommodate the burgeoning and changing needs of the Madison community, and that reflect the needs of the growing population and students.
Madison is home to the University of Wisconsin system, the seat of State government and is the heart and hub of activities for the surrounding communities.
The Madison taxpayer provides for everyone a high quality public transportation system, great streets, plentiful parking, clean water and parks, sanitation, police, fire, public safety and emergency personnel to name a few.
The costs for these amenities and services should be shared more among those in the outlying communities that utilize month over month these provided services, by shifting some of the costs off of Madison taxpayers.
By creating credits and systems for a more appropriate means for cost sharing among the outlying area communities we can lower the burden to the taxpayer.
Further, we need to keep creative incentives for businesses and startup ventures to stay in Madison rather than fleeing for the outlying communities.
Madison is an incubator of new ideas and new companies, high quality jobs provide for a thriving quality of life.
Madison has a huge park system, with thousands of acres and many opportunities to explore. I support the Madison Parks Vision and Mission and I believe in having and maintaining exceptional green spaces within the city.
We need to keep every acre of urban park, green space and grasslands now offered, and I support all of the intercity golf courses. I specifically support keeping the nearly 100 year old Monona Golf course open and well funded.
All municipal park lands need to be kept and well maintained for the public use, and not sold off for development for private or corporate enrichment.
These park lands are valuable to all, and in keeping with the visionaries and generosity of those such as Brittingham, Goodman, Olbrich, Vilas, and Breese Stevens we need to continue that spirit.
I support adding and improving the amenities and the opportunities at the parks, for enrichment and play in the outdoors year round, benefiting us all.
VOTE : April 2, 2019 General Election Day
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