Commissioner Penny Taylor has a superior grasp of issues and potential solutions facing both her district and Collier County as a whole, making her the clear choice for Republican voters in District 4.
Among the findings: Access to primary care physicians is limited; home ownership is becoming unattainable; affordable, high-quality child care is in short supply; and the most prevalent jobs aren’t the ones that pay a living wage.
“That study,” says Collier County Commissioner Penny Taylor, “is just invaluable.”
"What is our future?" Taylor said. "More gated communities and more retirement people, or do we have room to keep our youth here?”
She said that it's time for the county to begin taking action, by requiring affordable housing in future zoning. She also thinks there could be more incentives for developers.
“Development, development, development. This is about opening lands that you could not access before in order to create money for private enterprise,” Taylor said.
Taylor called on FDOT to better what’s already built first.
Community leaders are teaming up to solve the water crisis and protect our drinking water.
“It is one of the most important foundations we have for our quality of life,” Collier County Commissioner Penny Taylor said.
“It says we value authentic Florida,” Taylor said. “We came together, Democrats and Republicans, and said, ‘This is what we value, and we are willing to put money aside for it.’”