Elect Kyle Campbell for Zionsville Town Council District 3: New Possibilities and Real Leadership Working for You
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Kyle Campbell has called Zionsville home for more than a decade but had a lifelong connection to Zionsville prior to moving here. Campbell’s grandparents, Harold and Jackie Dillon, settled in Zionsville in 1973, and many know his grandfather as the “Hasta Man,” a longtime vendor at the Zionsville Farmers Market. Campbell is the General Manager of Whitestown Marathon and U-Haul, and his passion for Zionsville is what made him decide to run for town council where he can utilize his exceptional leadership and communication skills to better serve the residents of Zionsville’s District 3.
A Passion for Community and Public Service
Campbell shared his vision for the future of the town and what it’s going to take to be prosperous.
“Zionsville is a unique community that continues to attract those who seek a better quality of life,” Campbell said. “We owe a great deal to those who came before and must do our part to maintain the very best of Zionsville for the future generations. To preserve our quality of life, it is imperative that we expand and diversify the town’s revenue by leveraging resources and assets to attract dynamic businesses, jobs and people who will add to our spirit of community.”
Campbell added, “In a highly competitive environment, Zionsville has much to offer. A growing income stream will allow us to invest in those priorities that make our town a wonderful place to live: public safety, infrastructure, public spaces and community-building. We cannot sustain and improve our community on the shoulders of residential homeowners. As a community, we must be bold enough to chart a path, making smart decisions today.”
A Vision for a Better and Brighter Future
Campbell is focused on improving communications between the mayor’s administration and the town’s department heads as well as the town’s constituents and business owners.
“If you elect me as your representative for District 3, I will work for you — the people — not the mayor or the rest of the town councilors. They’re not the ones that will have put me in that seat. First and foremost, my goal is to keep the people in my district informed, to communicate [regularly] with them so as to identify their wants and needs. Throughout my campaign, I am meeting with the various [town] department heads so that I can become familiar with the wants and needs of the town’s departments. I believe we should be putting more money into the police and fire departments’ budgets.
My top priorities are and will always be public safety, economic development and fiscal responsibility. I firmly believe that we not only need to maintain our quality of life but continually strive to improve it. To that end, we need to pivot in a direction that actually works and not fall back on the residential taxpayers of this community. Zionsville needs to diversify the town’s revenue by leveraging resources and assets to attract dynamic businesses, jobs and people who will add to our spirit of community. A growing income stream will allow us to invest in those priorities that make our town a wonderful place to live: public safety, infrastructure, public spaces and a place that facilitates community-building.”
Campbell continued, “Businesses are not going to come to Zionsville and grown in our town if we don’t have a strong credit rating,” Campbell stated. “Our population has grown 5 percent every year since 2018. There are new possibilities for our town, but we have to have communication and transparency from the town council and the mayor’s office to make these future opportunities a reality. If we have the right council and the right mayor, we can build a better and brighter future for Zionsville. I look forward to getting to know you and earning your vote on May 2, 2023.”
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Kyle Campbell for Town Council
- Economic Development
- Fiscal Responsibility
- Public Safety