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Quality and Efficient City Services are essential to the vitality of any thriving community. Citizens expect their tax dollars to be used in the most efficient manner possible to achieve a clean, safe, and prosperous community. Pot holes, poor lighting, lack of sidewalks, and neglected sewer maintenance are all issues that currently diminish the quality of life for residents and inhibits the growth of Southwest Atlanta.

As your City Councilman, I will fight to call attention to the areas of need in our community. I will ensure our streets are paved, sidewalks are added, lights are increased, and the water is drained. With your vote, we can create a New Day and a New Way as we make Southwest Atlanta Great Again!

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