Mike has been endorsed by the Folsom Police Officers Association and the Firefighters Union, along with former Sacramento County Sheriff and Folsom resident, John McGinness
Mike is endorsed by Former Folsom Mayors, Eric King, Bob Holderness and Andy Morin, along with the Folsom Chamber of Commerce, the Sacramento Realtors Association, RegionBusiness and the SacMetro Chamber.
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Stuck in Traffic
My Plan to reduce travel times in and around Folsom
Many will try and dismiss our traffic as "nothing compared to LA, SF, Chicago, Watt Ave" this is a false test. Some will say "it's only a for a short time". Some will even say this is a wealth problem. All of these arguments may be true , but who cares?
Folsom is special, its better, and we get to set our own standards. Lets set them high, not compete for least-worst.
If elected I will be looking to address six key locations first.
1. Iron Pt/E. Bidwell/US50: The solutions here need to include already planned changes to allowed turning motions, signal timing and lane spacing....and some additional trvel routes getting completed.
2. Folsom Blvd signals: New intelligent signal equipment is needed sooner rather than later to achieve better flow and coordination with Rail gates. This will help with traffic from Granite Bay to US50
3. Sutter Middle School intersections. Six traffic intersection happen at Sutter Middle school, the main one where East Bidwell meets Riley needs to be completed, then each of the remaining intersections need revisions to their pedestrian crossings and signage.
4. Oak Ave at Folsom-Auburn Road. Widening of Oak is needed to make this intersection function fully. Right now, large vehicles heading south can't turn right, and are forced down to Greenback, which adds congestion on that path also.
5. Oak Ave at E Bidwell: reassignment of turn lanes to allow more traffic to flow on certain turn movements will help a ton.
6. Complete Saratoga Way connection from El Dorado Hills into Empire Ranch. This road when complete will act as a relief valve for Iron Pt, by allowing traffic to head directly uphill from empire ranch and enter freeway at El Dorado Hills Blvd.
US 50 / East Bidwell
We also need to stay focused on the longer term solutions to traffic congestion at US 50, East Bidwell and Iron Point. Adding Freeway entrances at Oak Ave and Empire Ranch Road. These will take a lot of money. A significant part is already coming in as fees on houses south of 50, the city, state and federal gov all have a role to play financially and will take a longer time to achieve.
**Great Idea from a Voter like you!**
It was suggested to me that we should find a way to make protected bike lanes along the travel paths to Sutter MS and Folsom MS. I whole-heartedly agree and if elected will look at this right away.
Huge thank you to Lucille's Coffee and Folsom TV for hosting this interview. Adam Frick asks lots of questions on the mind of voters including water, traffic, homelessness and what the future holds for Folsom. This interview gives a great idea of where Mike's coming from.
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