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Standing up for Bend

With a sense of duty, I hope to serve Bend as our first elected mayor. Bend needs a common-sense plan to address our growth and preserve the town we love. Moderate tourism and growth benefit Bend, but our current rate of nine new people moving here each day is unsupportable. Our middle class is shrinking, and an increasing number of people can’t afford to live here. I will stand up for Bendites on the issues of housing costs, road congestion and neighborhood livability.

In my first two years on the Bend City Council, I led the Council to:

  • Award contracts to complete the Empire and Murphy Road Projects
  • Fix our roads – with no new taxes
  • Create a comprehensive strategy to build more housing
  • Form a city committee focused on livability
  • Withhold tourism advertising money in a rainy-day fund
  • Adopt transportation goals that end the war on cars
  • Provide a clean and safe downtown
  • Revise how Bend sets goals and makes plans

 


 

News

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 12:00 AM

Moseley Enters Race for Mayor

Bill Moseley announces his decision to run for the position of mayor of Bend.


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