BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD)- Serving three terms as Central City Councilman Aaron Moak is hoping to move forward elected as Metro Councilman District 4.
Moak explains his agenda as the following:
- Public safety
- Improved drainage
- Better roads
- Economic development
- City planning
He says economic development is on top of his priorities due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Hopefully with a vaccine that you hear about on the news, we will start moving forward and opening things back up,” Moak said. “We need to be ready to go as a parish to get theses business back open.”
During the floods of 2016 Moak’s home received two and a half feet of water. If elected, he wants to work toward keeping drains clean.
According to Moak, parts of District 4 has an 8-0 to 85 percent risk of flooding.
“I know what everybody is going through,” he said. “I want to make sure that works get done and that work gets done expediently.”
Understanding his position in a run off race Moak says he is a unique candidate since he has the experience as councilman for the city of Central.
“District 4 means the world to me. What makes me standout is the leadership I have shown in these last three terms. I can take that knowledge and experience to that next level.”
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