Top 10 Decisions That Affect the Lives of County Residents in District 4
Penny Taylor voted for the “Triangle” project at Davis Boulevard and US 41 of three – 15 story buildings with up to 491 units and approved giving the developer $5 million of tax dollars for the project.
- Economic Development
Penny Taylor approved a subsidy of $15 million to the Great Wolf Lodge which brings low wage jobs to our area and exacerbates our affordable housing problems.
- Water – Naples Bay.
Penny Taylor has been complacent in moving forward the Belle Meade project which will improve the health of the Gordon River and Naples Bay.
Penny Taylor voted to redirected road impact fees to fund the Paradise Coast Sports Complex which is currently $67 million over budget.
- Beach Renourishment
Penny Taylor voted to redirected beach renourishment dollars to fund the Paradise Coast Sports Complex which is currently $67 million over budget.
- Tourist Tax
Penny Taylor voted to hire an arts & culture manager at $90,0000 to implement the County’s Arts and Culture Strategic Plan when the county’s Convention & Visitors Bureau already has an arts position that can assume these responsibilities.
- Mask Mandate
Penny Taylor voted to mandate the wearing of masks.
- Beach Access
Penny Taylor voted to close county beaches during the pandemic.
- Business Shutdowns
Penny Taylor voted to close our businesses during the pandemic.
- Paramedics and Advanced Life Support Services
Penny Taylor has denied the request of giving the city its own COPCN (Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity.)
You Deserve Better – Vote for Michelle McLeod