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My name is Julie Armstrong, I’ve owned a home in Ward 5 since 2009, and a small business located near the mall, Missoula Pet Au Pair. I’m heavily invested in the success and well being of Missoula, and Ward 5 in particular. I’ve got a few degrees in things like Advertising, Marketing, a heavy medical sciences background, and most recently worked as a digital marketing manager for PACCAR. Like most Missoulians, I’ve got no shortage of education, degrees, and training. I am proud to couple that with a well balanced palette of experience in the small business sector, large corporations, and community service. What community service you ask? I was appointed to the City Council Public Art Committee this year and look forward to working with that group in establishing more art for our citizens to enjoy. Personally, I’ve been involved with Special Olympics since it came back to the Garden City, and it was so much fun to work the state level Equestrian event this year. I volunteer with Faith Therapeutic Riding Service, which provides an adaptive equestrian experience. I’ve volunteered for the Humane Society of Western Montana and the Bone Ball event, and we’ve helped to sponsor the Doggie Dash for Missoula Parks & Recreation the last few years. Who Am I? I work hard, I believe in manual labor, mowing your own yard and feeling satisfied at a job well done. I was born in 1970, so I’ve seen a our country go through some ups and downs, and know that the little I do know, means there’s a whole lot I don’t. I am constantly learning, and never afraid to learn something new. I was an only child, so my Dad raised me to get my hands dirty and learn everything applicable to boys and girls. I learned to work on cars, did construction work, rode horses, took dance, went to school year-around, and learned the most valuable lesson of all – Consequences. I believe in a kind of “Karma”, and think that there are consequences to every decision we make, whether it be on City Council or in our private lives, and I promise you, I’ll be considering those consequences with every vote. Day to day, I try to be a “Go To” sort of person and friend, and hope that I’m perceived as I strive to be seen. I really just want to be the person my dogs think I am. Truly. I try to be on time, I keep my word, I will give you the shirt off my back, and yes, I’m the one who took in a homeless man and his dog a couple Christmases ago. Where do I stand on Ward 5 Issues? I want to preserve the unique nature of our neighborhoods. I want to intelligently expand connectivity to thoroughfares, without creating hazards. I want to make sure that the “Gateway to Missoula” is seen as an addition to the quality of life we currently enjoy, and not strictly a commercial venture. I want the Brooks Street corridor expansion to be understood and commence with good, clear communication to the surrounding area. It’s imperative that existing neighborhoods are not harmed, that incompatible development does not creep into established residential areas, and that existing businesses are not driven out by economic change. I want to support the fiscal health and growth of small local businesses, ensuring that access and city services are affordable, and to ensure we can continue to create and maintain jobs. If that means that having a larger business nearby to pull in traffic, that ultimately benefits the smaller businesses, then we will look at that, case by case. I want to make sure the expansion of Southgate Mall becomes a jewel in the Southgate Triangle that enhances our neighborhoods and becomes a safe new place to shop, play and eat. We want new developments that are safe, walk able, and connect our community to shops, schools, and cafes; with unobstructed sidewalks, attractive parks, and room for small local businesses. Moreover, I want to make sure that the new development at Southgate Mall correctly reflects the wishes of Ward 5 in shaping the character of our neighborhoods. I’m sure that there are a myriad of issues that I’m not even aware of, but my only job is to represent you in Ward 5. I have no agenda of my own, other to serve you, and learn something along the way. As your City Council representative, I will listen and bring your concerns forward. I will get out in the community, attend neighborhood meetings, and respond to your emails. I look forward to working with everyone in Ward 5 to ensure your voice is heard on the City Council. Welcome to the campaign!Recently Added
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