CITY HALL COULD USE SOME OLD FASHIONED VALUES
I was raised on a farm in Ireland, so I’m no stranger to hard work and know the value of being resourceful when “throwing money at a problem” simply isn’t an option. Justine and I are raising our 4 children in Los Feliz with the values given to us by our parents. Put in an honest day’s work, mind your pennies, care for the land, save for a rainy day and look out for your neighbor.
I came to the United States with $80 in my pocket and was lucky enough to meet Justine, a California girl and we began our life together restoring old brownstones in Hoboken, New Jersey. We look back with the fondest of memories of those long days of woodworking. We designed and built our family home in Los Feliz with our own hands and we hope that it will remain in our family for many generations to come.
We live within our means. We think City Hall should do the same. We worry about the kind of city that our children will inherit. While the other candidates are very nice people, we simply think that because they are from city hall, they will be unable to make the changes that are clearly necessary.