City Council —City of NorwalkTerm Ending 03/19March 7, 2017 —Local Elections
City of NorwalkCity CouncilTerm Ending 03/19
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About this office
- Listening to residents in order to serve. Before we solve any issue we must identify it first.
- Increase communication between our police department for better accountability and transparency. We must work together to ensure the safety of our citizens and neighborhoods.
- Foster better economic opportunities for local businesses, and innovative job growth.
My name is Alberto Uribe I also go by the name of Xzevious. I am 24, and love serving others. Take a step into my life and you will find charisma, diversity, humility, and fun. I embrace my purpose and lead others to a life of productivity, and prosperity. I have produced a mission statement for my life which is "to live a life as healthy, productive, and be a giving citizen wherever I may find myself." I dedicate my time living with a purpose by working in human resources full-time; learning about my city, going to church, and mentoring youth. I studied at the University of California, Merced to recieve my B.S. in Management with a minor in Psychology, and it is at this 21st century university where my passion for leadership, diverstiy, and creativity gave birth.My goal is to empower those in my community to enjoy Norwalk in a safe enviornment, and for our local businesses to have access to better opportunies.
Support Local Buisnesses
-Inspire and provide access to resources for the citizens of Norwalk to start their own buisness.
-Provide innovative seminars of how to start a buisness in Norwalk.
Uniting Norwalk and Reducing Crime
-We can acchieve this through holding our police force accountable and transparent.
-Increasing communication and closing the gap between the council, city officials, and residents.
-Investing in our youth through after school programs, and extracurricular activites.
-Making sure Norwalk preserves the affordable housing project. This will alleviate crime, and homelessness leading Nowarlk to be an attractable city for both public and private sector jobs.