CHERYL RAKES: YOUR VOICE, YOUR ADVOCATE-LEADING AUBURN TOWARDS A BRIGHTER FUTURE!
November 7th is right around the corner. It is more important than ever to get your vote in.
Cheryl Rakes humbly asks for your vote to the “Path to Success” In Auburn.
Cheryl was appointed to the city council last January when Chris Stearns left for a state representative seat. Her time in council has been short but she has shown her determination and dedication to Auburn. Being on the council for a brief time, she has accomplished and is working on many things on the “Path to Success” for Auburn.
BREATHING NEW LIFE INTO AUBURN: COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION
Cheryl Rakes is dedicated to revitalizing the local economy by attracting new business, supporting existing ones, and fostering job creation. She will actively seek opportunities for economic growth, promote entrepreneurship, and collaborate with business leaders and stakeholders to attract investments and revitalize Auburn’s commercial districts. Through strategic initiatives, Cheryl aims to create a thriving and vibrant local economy that benefits residents and enhances the overall quality of life.
Cheryl recognizes the importance of infrastructure in community revitalization. She will advocate for infrastructure renewal projects, including improvements to roads, parks, and public spaces. By investing in infrastructure, Cheryl aims to enhance the functionality, safety, and attractiveness of Auburn, making it a more desirable place to live, work, and visit. She will collaborate with local authorities, community organizations, and government agencies to secure funding and implement projects that rejuvenate Auburn’s infrastructure.
Engaged and empowered: strengthening community connections in Auburn
Cheryl believes that community revitalization starts with community engagement. She will actively engage with residents, community groups, and organizations to understand their needs, aspirations, and concerns. Cheryl will work to foster a sense of pride, ownership, and unity among Auburn’s residents through initiatives such as neighborhood clean-up projects, community events, and cultural celebrations. By encouraging community participation. Cheryl aims to create a strong and connected community that actively contributes to the revitalization process.
SAFE COMMUNITIES; BUILDING A SECURE AND WELCOMING AUBURN
Enhance community policing: Cheryl can advocate for increasing collaboration between law enforcement agencies and the community, fostering relationships built on trust, transparency, and mutual respect. This can involve initiatives like neighborhood watch programs, community police forums, and regular officer engagement in community events.
Invest in crime prevention programs: Cheryl can prioritize allocating resources to proactive measures such a community-based crime prevention programs, youth outreach initiatives, and initiatives aimed at addressing the root cause of crime, promoting a safer and more inclusive environment for all residents.
Cheryl Rakes is unwavering in her commitment to tackling the pressing issue of homelessness. As a city council member, she is determinined to do whatever it takes to secure the necessary resources, implement effective strategies, and work collaboratively with community partners to address homelessness head-on. Cheryl’s resolute dedication ensures that she will leave no stone unturned in finding solutions, providing support, and making meaningful impact in the lives of individuals experiencing homelessness in our community
CHERYL RAKES, A STAUNCH SUPPORTER OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESSES, CONSISTENTLY SHOWS UP TO PROVIDE UNWAVERING SUPPORT, GUIDANCE, AND RESOURCES FOR ASPIRING ENTREPRENEURS IN AUBURN.
Foster strategic partnerships: Cheryl will collaborate with local business organizations, education institutions, and government agencies to establish partnerships that attract new businesses, provide resources for entrepreneurs, and support work force development programs.
Cheryl can work towards simplifying bureaucratic procedures and reducing red tape to make it easier for businesses to establish and grow in Auburn, encouraging economic investment and job creation.
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