We need to support our City's small businesses to ensure that we create good, local jobs in our community. We also need to make sure that our most vulnerable residents are not left behind. That means building an economy that works for all of us, not just a select few.
Right now, too many of our residents are struggling to make ends meet. There's a lack of good jobs and affordable housing. This disproportiately affects women, children, and people of color. To make our community more livable, we need to make it more equitable and provide opportunities for everyone, including our elderly residents and our youth.
This approach will benefit all of us and build strong, healthy neighborhoods in our City.