Jane comments on Mayor's decision to not seek re-election
Mayor Styron’s announcement that she is not seeking another term provides the citizens of Zionsville with an opportunity for a fresh start. Regardless, we have significant work to do for our Town and are focused on earning every vote possible to win this race.
I’ve said throughout this campaign that I will work tirelessly to restore accountability, transparency and respect to the Mayor’s Office, while meeting challenges successfully in the best interest of Zionsville. As proven in my successful experience leading diverse organizations, I will collaborate with my fellow elected officials, seek input from residents and stakeholders, and ultimately make the tough decisions needed to move us forward. Zionsville works best when we all pull together.
Rebuilding the public’s trust in the Town’s finances and the Mayor’s Office is a priority which will open doors for us to focus on smart economic development and job growth, all the while allowing Zionsville’s uniqueness to endure.
Further, when it comes to public safety, we will continue to ensure that our police, fire and EMT departments keep pace with the Town’s needs in personnel, training and equipment.
If I’m elected as your next Mayor, I promise to work hard every day to meet and exceed these goals.