As made clear in the Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald, I’ve recently announced my candidacy for Weston City Commissioner. Those of you close to me know I’ve always had a strong connection to politics and public policy. The betterment of our country as a whole and the continued well-being of our local communities will always be a concern of mine–whether in office or not. This position brings forth a long-awaited opportunity to work for and on the issues arising in my community. I’ve volunteered my time and efforts in places all across the globe–this November I’d like to do so at home.
As a Weston resident for over 18 years it’s clear this is a community I deeply cherish. My seat in the city commission will be used to further promote the quality of life our community has become synonymous with. There’s a reason why we continually rank as one of the best housing markets in America–palm trees, parks and A-Rated schools. Only a handful of American cities with 65,000+ residences can maintain lawns, landscaping and the friendliness found in small towns–our diverse residents do it effortlessly.
This is a community still in its spring and I’m proud to be amongst its residents as Weston blossoms into the flower of Florida’s neighborhoods.
Please feel free to email me with any comments, questions or concerns: DanielRDickey@gmail.com
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