Dillon has over 25 years experience managing money, people, and projects. He’s also a partner in several local Saratoga Springs businesses that have made significant contributions to our city’s economy. With a well-rounded set of skills and experience in risk assessment, management, and mitigation, he’s the perfect candidate to continue the tradition of excellence that long-time Commissioner John Franck has brought to the office.
Dillon’s platform focuses on addressing important concerns:
• No property reassessments. With the pandemic still affecting homeowners’ overall economic stability, this is not the time for property reassessments. Previous reassessments under Republican administrations in 1999 and 2003 shifted tax burdens from commercial to residential property owners. We saw the heartbreak of multi-generational families being forced from their homes because they could no longer afford the property taxes. We cannot let that happen again.
• Major problems with our city’s infrastructure. Our city is growing but our infrastructure can’t keep up with the growth. For example, our public water system is outdated; water quality is inconsistant, and water pressure is unstable. This is a public safety issue. Our citizens deserve better. We need to stop ignoring infrastructure problems and start making plans to fix them.
• Business licensure. As a local business owner, Dillon understands the importance of making it easier for small businesses to do business in our city, especially during the pandemic. To that end, Dillon has helped develop our city’s outdoor dining program, and intends to continue implementing a pedestrian program into the next three years, to entice more shoppers and diners into the heart of our city.
To learn more about Dillon and to Donate to his candidacy, please visit his website: https://www.electdillonmoran.com/