|Name||Jeffrey W. Justin|
|Address||4609 E. 49th Ct. |
Davenport, Iowa 52807, United States
|| July 20, 1960
Jul 21, 2021 11:10pm
|Info||Office Sought: 6th Ward Alderman |
Website: For more information on Jeff Justin, visit his website at www.Justin4Davenport.com or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family: Wife, Susan
Occupation: Manager of Performance Support, MidAmerican Energy.
Education: University of Iowa, master of business administration; St. Ambrose University, Leadership Davenport curriculum; St. Ambrose University, bachelor of science in Industrial Engineering; graduate of Davenport Central High School.
Community Service: United Way, Junior Achievement, Knights of Columbus, Midwest Energy Association, Bettendorf Chamber of Commerce, DavenportOne, Davenport Kiwanis board member, co-chair of the city governance committee, parking advisory committee, Davenport community contact volunteer for his employer, MidAmerican Energy.
”We must continue to focus on infrastructure, crime, and fiscal responsibility. With the limited resources and variety of demands placed on local government, the City of Davenport, particularly the City Council, needs to set priorities, work together in a civil manner, and focus on including citizens and community stakeholders in achieving these priorities.”
“A successful and healthy community has a diverse growth plan that includes both public and private partners. The Council hasn’t been able to work together to set priorities and work with community stakeholders in a progressive and aggressive way to achieve growth in our tax base. The confrontational style has also alienated key community partners who make significant investments in our community including private business, non-profits, and other government entities."
"Sound and efficient basic services, a solid capital investment plan to maintain and improve what we have, and innovative partnerships with our stakeholders to expand our tax base are key elements to growing our community. We must govern with the integrity, maturity, and intelligence that Davenport deserves.”