Thank you to Ward 1 Plymouth voters for re-electing me to serve them with 98.82% for four more years. I am honored to represent your interests, work hard to solve problems, support growing businesses and good jobs, and lead in partnership with our great citizens to ensure our future stays bright!

Thank you to the League of Women Voters Wayzata/Plymouth for hosting these important candidate forums!

Check out the great questions and answers on issues important for Plymouth and vote!…/plymouth-city-council-candidate…/

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Check out my Channel 12 - Northwest Community Television candidate profile for City Council Ward 1!…

I am very proud and honored to have received the Minneapolis Realtors PAC & Government Affairs Committee official support and endorsement for my re-election campaign for City Council Ward 1. Realtors are great partners in growing and maintaining a strong community. They advance protecting property rights and home-ownership. I look forward to working with them to ensure Plymouth remains a vibrant community for residents well into the future. Thank you for your support!

"Councilmember Judy Johnson, who represents Ward 1 where the project is located, explained how important the bridge is for public safety and rail safety, and thanked the Plymouth residents for being so patient throughout the project."…/the-end-is-in-sight-for-vicksbur…/

Community & People • Government • Public Safety The end is in sight for Vicksburg Bridge project Published October 18, 2016 at 10:50 am By Kristen MIller As crews put on the final touches of the Vicksburg Bridge construction project, city and state officials, contractors, and champions of the projec...

Plymouth voters can go to City Hall (3400 Plymouth Boulevard) to vote absentee now. You may also vote early at City Hall starting November 1. Election Day is November 8th. You can find your precinct and polling location via the link to the MN Secretary of State website.

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It won't be long now! Vicksburg Lane expansion and new bridge will be open soon! Thank you to our legislative delegation (4.7M bonding) and CP Rail ($250K) for your financial contributions to help fund this important project that will improve safety and flow within NW Plymouth and beyond! Thanks to Channel 12 - Northwest Community Television for covering this story for the past few years to keep our citizens informed.…

So pleased to support growing good jobs and expanding businesses in our community. Med tech and bio tech are Plymouth's sectors of strength. Our new economic development strategy will serve us well into the future. Congrats to Entellus and thank you for investing in Plymouth!

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Very excited to attend the Vicksburg Lane ribbon cutting! This is a great example of tireless city leadership and bipartisan support from our legislative delegation to help move this important project forward! Plymouth received first-time ever state bonding in the amount of $4.7M to pay for the new bridge over the CP Rail track to improve safety in this corridor. Thank you to Plymouth citizens who have endured a year of construction during the process. So excited for its opening later this month!

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Please join fellow citizens at the League of Women Voters Wayzata/Plymouth Area for the Plymouth City Council Candidate Forum on Tuesday, October 18th 7-8 pm at Plymouth City Hall - 3400 Plymouth Boulevard in council chambers. Wards 1, 3, and At Large candidates will be there to answer questions and share their priorities for our city's future. As always, I hope to earn your vote and support for another term serving you!

Thank you to those who step forward to serve our citizens! Proud of our newest police officers sworn in last night. The badge pinning is my favorite part of the ceremony. And thank you to the amazing family members who lovingly support our public safety officials in their service to community!

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Here is my candidate profile in this week's Lakeshore Weekly News - September 27th - I hope to earn your vote on Election Day!…/article_5253daae-431a-5757-b6c…

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Plymouth on Parade is two weeks away! My stickers are here! Looking forward to a fun city celebration. Come one come all!

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I am asking for your vote on November 8th to be your voice and advocate at city hall. It’s been my honor and privilege to serve the citizens of Plymouth as the Ward 1 council member since 2009 and before that as Mayor and At Large council member. I remain dedicated to bring my in-depth knowledge, experience, proven leadership, and passion to this job. I am very proud to work in a spirit of cooperation in this role of nonpartisan government. I am a respected and tireless leade...r when it comes to advocacy at the state Capitol on behalf of our citizens. One of my proudest moments was when the governor and legislators finally heard our pleas to fund and expand 494 to a full three lanes in both directions. This effort took over ten years to accomplish – but I would not give up. The project will be completed this fall. It will now function more safely and efficiently to properly serve our citizens and business community – locally, statewide, and as part of a national highway system. I never take for granted our taxpayers. I cherish our community. I want to partner with all who come forward to make Plymouth’s wonderful quality of life even brighter in the future. Thank you for the opportunity!

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Join us for Plymouth on Parade!
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Music, food, fun and marching bands will bring the community together again for the 18th annual Plymouth on Parade on Sat., Sept. 24, 11:30 a.m. Bring a chair or stand along the parade route to enjoy this perennial favorite. The parade route runs down Plymouth Boulevard from 34th to 37th avenues.

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After the parade, stay for an afternoon of free family activities from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Hilde Performance Center and the Plymouth Ice Center/Life Time Fitness area. Come inside for free ice skating and swimming. If you prefer to stay outdoors, check out face painting, entertainment, Plymouth Concert Band performance and inflatables. Food concessions are available for purchase.

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