Sunday, February 5, 2017

Look what I found on the door this morning!

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For Omari Hardy’s website use this link.

On the back of the door hanger:

“Omari Hardy is a 4th generation educator, teaching civics and world history at Roosevelt Community Middle School. He was born and raised in South Florida and educated at the University of Miami, where he earned a degree in economics in 2012. He is deeply involved in his community and has the right ideas to move Lake Worth forward.”

Omari’s Priorities:

  1. MAKE LAKE WORTH SAFER by adding more PBSO deputies, prioritizing community policing in high crime areas, and encouraging greater cooperation between PBSO and the city’s code enforcement department.
  2. IMPROVE OUR ROADS by ensuring that the bond proceeds deliver the improvements intended and expected, and using Lake Worth’s share of county infrastructure funds to repair any roads not covered by the bond.
  3. STIMULATE SMALL BUSINESS INVESTMENT by lowering fees and changing regulations to strike a better balance between burden and benefit.
  4. REFOCUS CODE ENFORCEMENT to better align with the city’s priorities and fulfill the department’s stated mission: to improve the safety, health, and welfare of all people within the city’s jurisdiction.