Let's Embrace the Events of our City

District 12 Candidate Aaron Perry weighs in on his support of the growth of downtown Waukesha and the community events that draw attention to the area.

An exciting time is upon is in Waukesha. Soon spring will be here and the weather will be warmer. The April 2nd election will be here before we know it. With just one opponent there will not be a primary for District 12, just the general election between Gary Krivos and myself.

Even though the election is coming up fast, there is still plenty of time to share thoughts on issues and ideas for our district and city. I want to take the opportunity to communicate how supportive I am of growing business and attractions to downtown Waukesha. Embracing our history while continuing to move forward is a realistic and exciting idea to think about. Events such as Friday Night Live and Waukesha Janboree are great opportunities for residents to enjoy the best of our city and celebrate just a few of the comforts that make Waukesha special.

Growing the the downtown area of course does not come without its growing pains. We should always strive to improve the look of our city while addressing concerns from citizens and business in the area. As a candidate for Alderman I believe this is a challenge worth taking on. The challenge to make our city special by embracing downtown culture and cultivating the family way of life of more of our outlying areas is a unique opportunity many cities do not have. I believe these views better represent those of District 12 than my opponent's.

I encourage you to follow the campaign blog at http://perry4alderman.blogspot.com/, on Facebook at Vote Perry and on Twitter at @perry4alderman. Questions and comments are also welcome at perryforalderman@gmail.com. Enjoy the weekend!

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