Attracted new businesses and jobs by adding $290 million in commercial development and protecting undeveloped land for new commercial uses in neighborhoods.
Supported partnership between Fort Worth and Tarrant County to invest $52 million in investments to support childcare businesses and quality childcare.
Secured $19.1 million in public-private investments to expand roads and infrastructure, supporting the growth along streets such as Brewer Road, Hulen Street, McPherson Road, Risinger Road, & Summer Creek Drive.
Expanded the Neighborhood Improvement Program, as Chair of the Neighborhood Quality & Revitalization Council Committee, so that multiple neighborhoods across the District and City would benefit each year from this $3 million revitalization fund.
Created multiple pathways to home ownership, adding $260 million in residential development including single-family, townhomes, workforce housing, and other housing products.
Voted to invest more than $28 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds for affordable housing for our most vulnerable neighbors.
Protected neighborhoods by successfully advocating for new zoning ordinances that limit the encroachment of poker rooms, car washes, and short-term rentals near single-family residential areas.
As a member of the Council Audit Committee, called for an audit that led to streamlining development services to remove roadblocks that delay good developments in District 6.
Supported the addition of 38 new positions to the development services department to improve the City’s capacity to manage growth.
Developed the Clean, Safe and Green Plan aimed at creating a public improvement district to reinvest into the Altamesa & McCart area.