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Beacon’s success must work for all.

Dan has listened to neighbors in Ward 4. He has a vision and a plan.

 
What do we want Beacon to look like in 15 to 20 years? Do we want to work where we live? Do we want an economy based on more than tourism? Do we want racial and economic diversity?

Beacon’s success is a well-known story. We are attracting tourism and new neighbors and our economy is strong.

But now overdevelopment is imperiling the long-term economic health of our city, our infrastructure, and our sense of community.

Having listened to your concerns, I put together a plan to make Beacon’s success work for us all. Together, we can control development, create local jobs, make Beacon more affordable, protect our natural resources, improve our quality of life, and make our government more transparent. Learn more here.


Issues

Dan has developed a vision and a plan based on input from our neighbors. Check it out >>

About Dan

Dan has the experience, knowledge, and drive to bring fundamental change to Beacon. Meet Dan >>

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Canvassing Ward 4 with Karen Smythe and County Executive candidate Joe Ruggiero

Canvassing Ward 4 with Karen Smythe and County Executive candidate Joe Ruggiero

Vote for Dan Aymar-Blair on November 5th

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