A Press Release From the Brett Taylor Campaign for Visalia City Council
Brett Taylor, who has served on the Visalia Planning Commission since 2012, is running for Visalia City Council district 2.
Taylor has a long history of serving his community. Besides sitting on the planning commission, he has served on the North Visalia neighborhood advisory committee, Tulare County Youth Commission, Blue Ribbon Task Force, Sign Ordinance Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and Housing Element TAC.
“I am excited to use my many years of experience to make sure Visaila’s future remains bright,” he said.
Taylor was born and raised in Visalia, graduating from Redwood High School, College of the Sequoia and Fresno State with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business. Professionally, he works as the CEO of the Tulare County Association of REALTORS®, where he oversees the operations of two offices in Visalia and Porterville and serves the 1400 real estate professionals who work in Tulare County. He and his wife Dolores have four children. In his free time Taylor enjoys being up in the mountains, is active in church, and serves as a board member for the Visalia Chamber of Commerce.
“I love living in Visalia and raising my children here. We have been blessed with wonderful leaders who have helped Visalia become such a great community. I would like to use my business and governmental experience to make sure we remain a fantastic place to live.”
District 2 is located in south Visalia between Demaree St. and Lovers Lane and goes all the way to Tulare Ave. District 2 is currently being represented by Mayor Bob Link. Visalia City Council elections will be held November 3, 2020.
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So this guy really hasn’t accomplished anything other than serving on this and that board or committee.
Let’s start by talking about the idiocy of the recent trash can conversion. The waste of tax payer money on that one was, in my view, criminal! The sidewalks in this city are and have been in truly deplorable condition; they are ignored because they are not roads.
Were it not for Uber and Lyft, we who cannot drive would be practically house bound thanks to our woefully inadequate transit system.
Don’t get me started on the useless Measure R!