While the modern history of Vineyard dates back to the 1890’s, it has only been during the last decade that it has become the active community we see today.
Vineyard is at a critical stage in its growth. Most available land for single family homes has been purchased or developed and we are in the planning stages for the major economic portions of our city. I’m excited for the possibilities ahead, but feel strongly that we need to continue having wise, forward-thinking leaders who can set the foundation for Vineyard’s future to thrive.
With the remaining land available for residential homes, we need to advocate for quality housing projects that are balanced and wisely planned in appropriate locations.
As we build at an unprecedented rate, maintenance becomes equally expensive and burdensome. We need leaders who have the foresight to plan and prepare with prudence, ensuring that we can properly care for what we have built.