A Re-Charged Robust Lake Oswego
The Key is We!
“The impacts of COVID have affected our small businesses, our children and their schools as well as family and city budgets. Together we can re-group, re-set and go forward into a refreshed and dynamic future for Lake Oswego.”
– Aaron Rapf
The Tools to Make Priorities a Reality
“The safety, security and well-being of all in Lake Oswego should be the philosophy behind our City budgets. Wise use of taxpayer money and a sustainable long-term approach to planning and budgets should be the practical approach. We must think creatively and reallocate existing dollars, so we don’t have to ask more from taxpayers.”
– Aaron Rapf
We must continue to efficiently and effectively deliver essential services and create an environment that is inviting to businesses and new families
- Roads must be constantly maintained and improved. Infrastructure is the necessary foundation for a flourishing community
- Our parks are the envy of the region and must remain so. Well turfed fields, our open spaces and pools will attract a diversity of young families to form this community
- Police, fire, paramedics and first responders are an essential part of a top-notch city
- Bikeways, important trails and safe pathways to schools must be a priority
“Skip O’Neill’s departure from Council leaves a void. Aaron Rapf will be an excellent replacement. He sits on the LO Budget Committee and has a masterful grasp of numbers. His professional experience managing multi-million-dollar budgets and his focus on our priorities will be a huge asset.”
– Mayor Kent Studebaker
The Key Is We
“The Rapfs are a proud Lake Oswego School District family. I personally look forward to the challenges and opportunities of being a City Councilor with an open mind and an innovative spirit. A willingness to listen and collectively strive for real solutions will take this great little city forward as a robust community”
– Aaron Rapf
As Lake Oswegans, tolerance must be at our forefront.
In everything we do, council must listen, hear, learn, and lead.
Trust, transparency, positive engagement, and local partnerships between community and police will result in true community policing.
As a council, we should work collaboratively with the LO School District to promote the strength of neighborhood schools.
Our city government must encourage dialogue, engagement, and an understanding of others’ experiences.
“Our world has changed with COVID and for many of us the future is uncertain. Our new city council will need innovative leaders who approach the challenges in a nonpartisan way. Aaron Rapf is my first choice. His can-do attitude, his energy and his collaborative approach to any challenge is needed now!”
– Ashley Miller, Small Business Owner. Pre-school mom
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