At the council meeting held on 8.28.18, I spoke on behalf of my 94-year-old neighbor, a long-time resident, and my adopted mom Irene Conley. The concern was based on an approval that would affect the unique character of the Ray-Nor Park neighborhood in Sunnyvale.
I will continue to speak for those who can’t and represent all who are in Sunnyvale.
This grassroots effort takes shape today as the message of this campaign can now be shared with all of Sunnyvale.
It’s very important that I am utilizing these signs in the most effective manner. If you happen to live (or work) in a busy, high traffic area, I need your help! Lawn signs are a high cost and to ensure that this campaign can reach as many residents as possible.
Please visit the Join the Henry for Council Team link and select the “I will post a lawn sign to help elect Henry” option. My team will contact you for more information and set up a time to receive your lawn signs.
We ask that if you receive a lawn sign, you take pictures with the sign and tag it with #HenryForSunnyvale on all social media so that we can show Sunnyvale that change is on the way!
Thank you for sharing this journey with me and with your help, we will see victory in November for open space and a better quality of life.