Marti Speranza for City Council


Over the years I have had the pleasure of meeting with District 4 residents, community groups and leaders, small business owners, activists, and elected officials to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing our neighborhoods and our city. These conversations have been enlightening on many levels and have served to highlight the fact that our district is at a pivotal moment in its history. Making the right choices on housing,education, transportation, small business relief, the environment and good government reforms will be key to preserving the high quality of life our residents deserve, and that's why I am running for City Council.

We need leaders who can both advocate for everyday priorities and keep New York City on the forefront of innovation and positive change. I offer a needed combination of policy making experience, progressive values, and fresh ideas. If elected, I will work carefully and diligently to ensure that our community grows in a way that is smart, safe, socially just, and sustainable. We need to be certain we are creating a livable city where everyone has access to shelter, parks, strong schools, efficient transportation and quality healthcare. Finally, I will be a strong voice advocating for development that enriches NYC by creating sustainable opportunities for everybody in our community to live, work and thrive.

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