Neighborhood Business Job Creation

We will establish a series of Public-Private Partnerships funded by $1 Billion dollars of the City of Chicago’s existing $7,9 Billion Dollar Capital Improvement Program.

Specifically, over a period of four years, we will identify 1,000 small to medium sized Chicago based businesses, which are industry and geographically diverse, and provide each of them a $1 million dollar jobs creation grant

Our goal is to help these reputable Chicago businesses grow; introduce their products, good and services into the national and global stream of commerce; increase production; and create 50 sustainable jobs.

This initiative will result in a total of 50,000 permanent private sector jobs.

Walls For Mayor

 


Walls For Mayor is the most advanced effort to elect a Progressive Chicago Mayor. This well coordinated campaign is powered by a broad based group of ethnically and geographically diverse concerned citizens. In addition to having the most plausible and viable campaign platform, we are bold and energetic. We are the only campaign team offering the average voter some degree of certainty in regards to the 2015 Chicago Mayor’s race.

As Mayor, I will unify this city by promoting cultural, and diversity sensitivity among people of all races, ages, sexual orientations and religious  persuasions. I will bring Chicago together as one complete community so that all Chicagoans have an equal opportunity to prosper, and proudly embrace their unique distinctions. Our administration will make sure everyone is treated fairly and none are neglected. We will provide unprecedented support to all people, throughout the entire city, and enable them to follow their dreams.

My highest priority will be to establish irreproachable Public Safety Services. Through public initiatives, private initiatives and comprehensive tax reform we will stimulate the City’s economy to foster Full Employment. We will develop and efficiently maintain our Public Infrastructure; Enrich the Department on Aging to ensure the health and well being of our Senior Citizens; Provide a superior Public School Education for each and every individual child; Program the Mayor’s office of Employment and Training to train and re-train adults, and end corruption in Chicago.

Additionally, we will change the focus of city government from beautification and infrastructure improvement to Economic Development. Our goal is to provide Chicago businesses the wherewithal to compete in the National and Global Economy and bring new revenue, jobs, and Industry back to Chicago, Illinois. Over the next 4 years, I will use $1 Billion of the city council approved $7.9 Billion Capital Improvement Program to Create 50,000, Self-perpetuating, Private Sector Jobs.