District 4 (Grandview North, Grandview South, Rivergrove, North Park, Carterville, Pleasant View, University): What do you think of the applicants for Neighborhood District Executive Board?
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Natalie Whitlock inside City Boundary
Aaron Skabelund is a tireless advocate for Provo city and his neighborhood! He is smart, fair-minded, and even visionary. My husband and I highly recommend Aaron.
Kristi Jensen inside City Boundary
While I am not a fan of this type of open forum interaction when involves making statements regarding others, I'll make an exception. I am great with the positive statements, but worry about the keyboard warriors. I hope in the future a better way would be found to solicit feedback from the citizens.
There are some people whose names are listed that I would rather not have represent me because I think that their views and opinions can be rather blunt and not representative of the average citizens overall.
However, I know of two who are outstanding in representation. I know this because I have worked and interacted closely with both. Aaron Skabelund and Brent Hall would be great members for the Neighborhood Executive Board. They have worked tirelessly as chairs for the Rivergrove Neighborhood and have been a force for good. They both bring different skills and abilities to the table. They both come to us as grassroots citizens. They push no agenda except for the betterment of the people of Provo.
There are many qualified people on this list. However, I especially think Steven Burton would be a good choice. He is a hard worker, listens carefully before making decisions, and he has lived on grandview hill for more than 20 years and understands a great many issues of this unique area. . He has had opportunity to be in many of the homes here on the hill and gets along well with people from all backgrounds. He’s got a technology background mixed with management.