Boyle working to keep neighborhoods residential

One year ago, Kenai voters overwhelmingly rejected the city’s proposed comprehensive plan that would have allowed commercial and other development in certain neighborhoods. But at the same time, voters re-elected those who came up with the plan.

On October 7, we will choose two Kenai city council members. Mike Boyle will be getting my vote. He is the one candidate that opposed the comprehensive plan as written, and that spoke up to protect neighborhoods like Beaver Loop and MAPS.

Kenai could have a plan that invigorates our downtown, that protects trees and buffer zones, and that gives people the right to keep their neighborhoods residential. Please think about your vision for Kenai’s future when you vote on Tuesday.