- Requested MOU w/County of Monterey to relocate Skate Park
- Requested Dog Park Shade and Maintenance (Natividad Creek Park)
- Alisal Vibrancy Plan
- Side-Yard Parking
- Residential Blight Ordinance
- Multiple Response Ordinance
- Noise Ordinance
- Street Racing Ordinance
- No-Fault Eviction Ordinance
- Froze TFO (Traffic Impact Fees) and re-evaluate them through Finance Committee.
- Updated Preferred Purchasing Policy to ensure environmentally safe products are being used by the City.
- E. Laurel Sidewalk (Between Sanborn Road and Constitution Blvd. Construction in 2020)
- Grant for bicycle and skateboard racks for Soccer Field Complex.
- $250,000 in matching funds from County of Monterey for Soccer Field Complex.
- Parks Master Plan
- Addressed deferred maintenance of all City Parks (-$176 Million)
- Requested adoption of Parks Standards throughout City
- Natividad Creek Park (Restroom Remodel, Maintenance of Trees/Creek, Graffiti in Skate Park)
- Proposed Skate Park "Graffiti Art" to be vetted through Arts Commission
- Pavement Management System
- 50% of the roadways in District 1 have been slurry sealed to help maintain their current state and prevent future deterioration.
- More streets are slated for repair in 2020.
- Developed Young Councilmember Program for District 1
- 63% Reduction in crime city wide
- Approval of Boronda Road widening project (Slated to start in 2020)
- Inclusionary Housing Ordinance
- Soccer Field MOU w/ County of Monterey ($25 Million Dollar Project. Construction to start in 2019.)
- Approval of Traffic Signals / Roundabouts
- Traffic Signal E. Laurel Drive and Saint Edwards ($1 Million)
- Traffic Signal East Las Casitas and Constitution Blvd. ($1.4 Million)
- Roundabout Sanborn Road and Boronda Road ($1 Million)
- Traffic Signal Improvement Sanborn Road and Freedom Blvd. ($1 Million)
- Natividad Park Clean-up of Homeless Encampments ($250,000)
- Addressed Public Safety Concerns Atlantic Street, Del Monte Blvd., and Garner Ave.
- Approved parking enforcement city wide to address neighborhood parking issues.
- Repealed City Ordinance that charged for Fire Department response to medical emergencies.
- Retained $12.5 Million in grants w/ County of Monterey to address homelessness.
- Welcoming City Resolution
- #MeToo Resolution