Mayor Joe’s Vision For Warsaw
Joe has always been an advocate for structured growth in Warsaw, and he desires to create and sustain forward progress that will continue to make this city a great place to live.
Joe isn’t just committed to Warsaw. He is committed to the people of Warsaw—and he wants to enact the changes all of our hardworking citizens deserve.
While the growth in our economy is encouraging, it has also created some significant concerns regarding traffic and congestion around U.S. 30. Warsaw has developed around U.S. 30, and it has increasingly become an economic engine, both locally and nationally. It is crucial to find a balance between U.S. 30’s local important and national value. For the past eight years, Joe and his team have been working alongside seven other counties to find the best way to address the congestion issues. Joe is committed to working toward a safe, efficient solution for the traffic problems occurring along this highway.
Another challenge Warsaw faces is its aging infrastructure. Continued maintenance and reconstruction is an on-going issue for road assets and good planning and management is necessary for our wastewater utility. Joe is dedicated to making sure the cost to Warsaw residents is minimal. One of Joe’s primary concerns for Warsaw citizens during his administration has been keeping tax rates low while still maintaining exceptional services—and he will continue to make this a priority. He wants to maximize the power of our community’s tax dollars and emphasize transparent financial leadership. He is committed to wise stewardship of local resources.
As a final cornerstone for his campaign, Joe is taking a stand against the opioid crisis. This devastating drug abuse problem affects not just the success of our city, but also the safety of local families. For years, Joe has supported education and recovery programs to combat this crisis, but he doesn’t want the fight to end there. He is dedicated to pursuing a solution that will break the cycle of addiction for those affected by this crisis by implementing a unified drug task force.