A Letter from Grant
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
I am excited to be running to serve as your next County Supervisor for North Monterey County. With your help, we can work together to deliver results for our North County community.
As a father, husband, community volunteer, and your neighbor, I care deeply about serving our community and working to solve the challenges facing Aromas, Bolsa Knolls, Boronda, Castroville, Las Lomas, Moss Landing, Pajaro, Prunedale, Royal Oaks, Salinas, and all of Monterey County.
As your next Supervisor, I’ll stay committed to listening to all sides of an issue and working with you to address the problems we face today, so our North County community, and all of Monterey County, has a bright future going forward.
Hands On Experience With Local Issues
Experience is key for County Supervisor. Over the last nine years I've dedicated myself to working on the key issues facing Monterey County with a special focus on volunteering in North Monterey County.
Planner with the Transportation Agency for Monterey County, 2012-2018
Affordable Housing Analyst at the City of Monterey, 2019-present.
Whether at work or when volunteering, I always work to advance the mission of each organization by bringing people together for common purposes. One of the things I think a County Supervisor needs to be is a leader who can bring the community (and other Board members) together to deliver on key priorities for our County. It's about listening, collaborating, and being willing to put yourself out there for the common good.
Volunteering with the North County Chamber of Commerce and the North County recreation and Part District at the 2021 Artichoke Festival.
Representing Castroville at a Salinas Valley Basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency Board Meeting
The Path Forward: What's Important
Monterey County is moving in the right direction on many of the challenges facing our community, and we must keep that forward progress going. In the last decade, over $300 million in highway improvements have been built in North Monterey County, the County has gotten serious about protecting our groundwater supplies, and progress has been made on affordable housing and homeless services. But there is much work still to do!
We need a County Supervisor with the experience and team building skills to keep the moving forward on these critically important issues:
Fixing our local roads
Providing more affordable housing
Bringing high quality internet to rural areas
Supporting disadvantaged communities
Reducing illegal dumping
Supporting local business and industry
Increasing educational opportunities
Adapting to climate change
Community engagement and government transparency
The long planned Castroville Pedestrian Bridge opened in 2018.
Family Voting Day November 2020
Election Day is June 7th, 2022
Let's take the time before June 7th, 2022 to have a conversation about your concerns for North Monterey County, and what you'd like to see the County working on.
Please feel free to email, call, or connect with me on social media to share your thoughts and learn more about what I am working on for our community.
To learn more about the June 7th election, and to register to vote, please click on the Voting tab above to be directed to the Monterey County Office of Elections.