Check out a short video about how I’m ready to put experience in executive decision-making to work for Lakewood residents.
Grassroots, friends-and-neighbors support for our campaign is enormously important. Thank you to everyone who has joined us at summer events, and canvasses. There is much more to come and you’re welcome to get involved!Continue reading “Thank you volunteers!”
Public records policies can work better for Lakewood. I recently introduced legislation to help achieve that goal, along with my council at-large colleague Tristan Rader.
Our goal is to de-mystify the records request process for the average resident. Members of the public have a right to transparency from their government—but the process for a record request, itself, can and should be more transparent.
If the proposal is adopted, Lakewood will introduce a public records portal on our city’s website, offering a simple resource for making requests, tracking those requests, and getting responses.Continue reading “Public records reforms introduced in council”
On Monday, May 20, Councilperson Meghan George joined at-large colleagues in bringing two important initiatives before Lakewood City Council.Continue reading “George sponsors public records and renewable energy initiatives”
Thank you to all those who have sent words of encouragement for both my work on city council, and our campaign to be Lakewood’s next mayor.
It has been a lot of fun to see the notes of support on Twitter, where our campaign account is @MeghanFGeorge. Some examples of the generous #MeghanForMayor shout-outs:Continue reading “#MeghanforMayor support from Twitter”