Greg Wright is committed to making the residents, business owners, and stakeholders of NoHo West safer through sound policies and supporting our city’s police and fire departments. We also need to be vigilant and clean up our streets, sidewalks, parks, housing, railroad tracks, and alleyways, turning them from hubs of crime into safe public spaces. A few issues on Greg’s and neighborhood members’ minds as it relates to health and public safety within our neighborhood:
Greg is vocal advocate for neighborhood councils and bringing more community involvement to city government. Our neighborhood council provides a valuable outlet for those concerned and committed to voice their opinions about issues. We need to continue to ensure that neighborhood councils are adequately funded and are able to have their say in city matters.
We need to preserve and protect our natural and human-made greenspaces. Some of our neighborhood parks and facilities are in disarray and need better maintenance. But we also need more safe, public greenspaces, as well as community gardens.
Greg is also a strong advocate for water conservation and believes the drought tolerant landscaping rebate should be further funded and extended.
As a strong advocate for the arts, Greg believes the neighborhood council should fund public art, protect our historic murals, and preserve our neighborhood’s diverse cultural heritage.