Investment is necessary to attract restaurants, shops, bars, and business to our city. However, we must allow for new investment while protecting the people who call those neighborhoods “home” — and do so without erasing the historic character of those same neighborhoods. Tim is dedicated to working with all parties to ensure that investment is equitable and provides a better life for all Louisvillians.
Tim has a track record of fighting for equitable investment in the city. He served as a West Louisville connector, and the Faith-Based Liaison for Safe & Healthy neighborhoods in Louisville. Through his relationships with Louisvillians of all walks of life, Tim is in a unique position to secure the kind of investment that will not force people out of their homes, and will make Louisville a better, more economically thriving place for all.