Elect Todd Kinsey

Vision, Leadership, Values


Sound Money Management

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Hidden Lakes water tower

Since joining council in 2012 we have more than tripled the city’s water capacity. We added to that total this week when the new water tower went up in Hidden Lakes on the city’s east side, near Clear Falls High School.

Making these investments hasn’t been easy. When I joined council, spending and debt had skyrocketed to unsustainable levels.In fact spending had reached nearly $205 million and the city’s debt was a massive $282 million.

Over the last four years we have paid down over $40 million of that debt load while still making significant investments in our three core infrastructure needs: streets, water and drainage (sewer).

In fact, the 2017 budget makes the largest investment in the city’s core infrastructure in League City’s history, while spending less money than the previous council spent in 2012.

Yes, you read that right. Because of sound money management and conservative financial policies, the city will spend $13 million less in 2017 ($192M) than the previous council did in 2012 ($205M) while making record improvements to the city’s future without adding any new debt.

Make an investment in your future and re-elect Todd Kinsey to city council.

 

 

 

 

 

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Five-Corners Realignment Starts… Finally 

After more than twenty five years of inactivity and passing the buck, League City has finally begun the biggest traffic project in its history. The Five-Corners realignment will help alleviate traffic at one of the city’s biggest intersections; the intersection of Egret Bay, FM518 and FM2094. 

Five-corners is a prime example of why the city needs to be proactive in completing its infastructure projects. This project could’ve been completed when the city’s population was half of what it is today for a fraction of the cost. 

I’ve been working for hard the last four years to be proactive and get projects done at their inception rather than piecemeal. A vote for me in November will ensure we stay on track. 

Demolition begins on the Five Corners Realignment project.