This year I’ll be running for the Missoula City Council...again.
I ran in 2017 and lost big time, but I’ll give it another try this year (I intended to run in 2015 but never did so as I knew I’d be moving to another ward).
I’m running because we can do better in Missoula for lots of different people and in lots of different ways.
Missoula has many problems. I’ve pinpointed some that I feel need a lot of attention. I’ve also come up with some solutions.
You can read those ideas here:
10 Ideas to Solve Montana’s Affordable Housing Crisis
Missoula Snow Plowing: The City Can Do Better
Missoula’s Huge Recycling Problem
Missoula Water Line Replacements: Ideas & Solutions
Why is the Missoula Jail Always Full?
Missoula Is a Quarter of a Billion Dollars in Debt
Different Ways Missoula Wastes Your Money
A Big Pile of Missoula Tax Stats
Missoula’s $35 Million in Miscellaneous Expenses
Many of those articles are new, but many were written years ago. I began writing about Missoula issues on this website in 2014.
And I'm not the only one focusing on Missoula problems. Here's a great story about the city spending $8,000 to house homeless people in the depths of winter, and their decision to spend $25,000 on a dog sculpture.
Priorities. The city's are askew.
I’ll add more ideas as new issues crop up.
If you'd like to donate to my campaign, you can make an online donation using Act Blue or you can send a check to Greg Strandberg at 610 High Park Way, Apt. A here in Missoula, 59801.
Thanks for your interest in making Missoula a better, and more affordable, place to live.