Tradeoff decisions can be hard, but they shouldn't be delayed. In 2015 the MVWSD Board had already waited years, in an environment of rising construction costs, to start key projects. As part of the District Facilities Committee, and building on service in the prior year's Board Facilities Committee, I collaborated with parents and leaders from across our schools to develop and present a plan to move forward within the limits of our budget. Today, with Measure T passed and a massive amount of facilities work to do, we need this same focus to ensure we deliver on what we promised to voters - and a Board that knows how to do this. As a member of the Measure T campaign team, I feel a strong personal commitment to follow through on the $259M investment that 70% of Mountain View voters supported in the March 2020 primary election.
Interested in my experience in this area? Check out this article from 2015 in the Mountain View Voice