Hello Boise! I grew up in the north end. I went to Highlands Elementary, North Junior High, Boise High School, got my accounting degree at University of Idaho and my MBA from Boise State University. My parents raised me and my 3 sisters to know the value of hard work. We all live within a mile of each other and have our families immersed within the north end schools and community functions. My parents owned a local computer business, which I helped manage for many years. We have all lived, worked, and played in this community as far back as I can remember.
I have countless great memories growing up in Boise and am blessed with a multitude of quality lifelong friendships. When I was younger I wanted to see Boise grow, but now that it is happening at lightning pace I'm worried about Boise losing the charm we all love.
Growth is inevitable, but we need to be smart about it. We need to be proactive, not reactive. Our city needs infrastructure and services before other projects are approved. We must preserve our open space and keep an eye on what's best for our community, not just individual groups. As your city councilmen, I promise to deliver professionalism, keep an open mind, bring people together vs divide, and be a voice for everyone!
Vote November 2nd. Boise City Council, District 3.
I also support our law enforcement and our first responders. I have been endorsed by the Boise Police Union Local 486, the Fraternal Order of Police and the Boise Fire Union. I’m also endorsed by the former Director of Police Oversight Natalie Camacho Mendoza and retired BPD Chief Mike Masterson.
For additional information I encourage you to check out my website and my campaign pages on social media. Also, please free to reach out with any questions. I am happy to help!
Facebook and Instagram: @macmillanforboise
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