Yesterday, I posted a twitter and facebook message asking our residents for help in voting AGAINST the alcohol proposition.
I have had the honor to serve the City of Frisco and our citizens as Mayor for the last 8 years. It is a volunteer role, but well over full-time in the committment it takes. I wake up every day thinking of how much of a privilege it is to be allowed to serve our community and I do my best to live up to the trust you have placed in me.
It is not often I ask for help, but this is one of those times. There is a lot of noise out there about the alcohol proposition. The establishment that is attempting to change the rules for the entire city to benefit their alcohol sales has invested a large amount of money to get this proposition to pass. They are not able to meet the rules that govern their operation, so they are trying to change them. . This alcohol proposition not about Frisco, but about one business trying to become a bar at all costs. Frisco believes in market driven success, but we also believe in planning and following the rules. The number of complaints I receive about this business and how they operate is an area of concern to me.
My service to our community is based on a promise I made to protect Frisco and to make sure special interests do not interfere with our quality of life and for self gain. To do that, I need your support and vote AGAINST the proposition.
Please go vote now – early voting has started. Additional information can be found at http://keepingfriscofirst.com/
For election location, dates and times, visit the City of Frisco election information page at http://friscotexas.gov/1143/May-2016-Elections
Please share this information with your family and friends. You can make a difference! I am reaching out to you as a resident, parent and volunteer in Frisco and this view is not the view of the City of Frisco, which must take a neutral position on election items.