Right Choice - Right Time

EileenVargas

Over-development and over-taxation have become pressing issues in Martin County, which is why I have decided to run for commissioner. The current path we are on is not sustainable for our community. As your commissioner, I am committed to setting us on the road to slow down the out-of-control spending and altering our landscape. I will work tirelessly to strike a balance between responsible development and preserving the natural beauty of Martin County. Moreover, I will advocate for fair and reasonable taxation policies that support local businesses and ease the burden on our residents. Together, we can protect our quality of life and create a sustainable future for future generations.

Florida's battle with the sway of developers and the surging influx of new residents is exerting immense pressure on our commissioners. Driven by apprehension, our commissioners are yielding to these pressures. It is crucial to retain control over development, urge planners to resist zoning changes and inspire landowners to explore all options within the comprehensive plan. We must consider the long-term repercussions of our decisions today and stand firm in our approach when approving applications and throughout the planning process. We must stay consistent in our efforts to ensure sustainable and responsible development for Martin's future.

24 years is enough for one person to be in office. I support term limits.

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WRITE-INS ARE A DISGRACE TO ELECTION INTEGRITY

Growing up in Martin County gave me a perspective of what quality of life truly means. I wish to preserve it for all of us.

The foundation of Martin County's integrity is being challenged by out of state developers.
The mass overdevelopment we are currently experiencing compromises our environment and quality of life for growth and revenue.

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