Candidate Profile: Jennifer Fenderbosch for Ward 2 Council
Councilwoman Jennifer Fenderbosch is running to retain her Ward 2 council seat.
Jennifer Fenderbosch is seeking the Ward 2 council seat in the Nov. 8 General Election
Name: Jennifer Fenderbosch
Date of Birth: Sept. 24, 1951
Occupation: City of Avon Lake City Council - Ward 2
Education: Bowling Green State University, BA, Political Science; Cuyahoga County Community College, AA, Interior Design; Cleveland State University, Leadership Academy XVIII; and continuing education courses in business, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) and management
Family: Married to Mark (33 years); two adult children Andrew and Emily (Andrew) Tenhundfeld along with twin grandchildren, Emma and Alex Tenhundfeld
Years residing in Avon Lake: 24 years
Political Affiliation: This is a nonpartisan race; however, I am a Republican.
Office Sought: Re-Election for Avon Lake City Council to represent Ward 2
Previous Political Office Sought or Held: I am currently serving the residents of Avon Lake as the Ward 2 Councilwoman.
Follow me on Twitter @Fenderbosch
Campaign page: www.ForAvonLake.com
As your Ward 2 Councilwoman, I will continue to represent you. I believe that residents deserve to be represented by a resourceful advocate who will insist on fiscal responsibility to continue improving the effectiveness of City Government. By maximizing opportunities for economic development, I will pursue sustainability while maintaining the City's services. My work on environmental issues is reaping rewards for all of the City’s residents.
Although there are several goals, I believe the most pressing issue before the community is to provide for a permanent economic solution that sustains the local labor force, infrastructure, and services to benefit the entire community. Telephone me at 440-933-4644 or visit my website at www.ForAvonLake.com to stay up to date with news about Avon Lake and to become involved in the solutions that are before us.
Below are key issues for a financially sustainable community:
1) Improve effectiveness of City government
· Assess present government structure, inventory and assets
· Eliminate waste and duplication as a guardian of taxpayers' dollars
· Seek out shared opportunities between agencies and other entities
2) Maximize opportunities for Economic Development
· Transform our coastal advantage into an opportunity for economic sustainability
· Capitalize on enhancing existing businesses
· Attract new businesses
3) Maintain our excellent City services
· Keep Avon Lake safe
· Continue street and infrastructure maintenance
· Improve traffic control and bike safety
I'll look forward to seeing you at the Fenderbosch Oktoberfest Fundraiser at the American Legion on Saturday, October 29th from 6pm - 8pm to more thoroughly discuss these issues. For tickets and to RSVP contact me at Jennifer@ForAvonLake.Com.