"He who is faithful in what is least is faithful also in much; and he who is unjust in what is least is unjust also in much."
Last night, Bill Worsham launched his campaign for Austin City Council. In front of a packed house, he spoke about his background and what he hopes to achieve on the council. His remarks below:
- "My name is Bill Worsham and I want to be your first city councilman from district 10."
- 19 year Austin resident.
- Aggie engineer (we won't holdit against him).
- Civil engineering project manager for 25 years.
- Has extensive experience is resource management and resource protection.
- Member of the Real Estate Council of Austin.
- 3 Campaign themes: Mobility, Utilities, Affordability.
- Personal Mobility, not one size fits all.
- "Someone needs to step in and address the big picture.
- "The big picture is that city government is too big and costs too much."
- Opportunity costs - People waste time and money dealing with B.S. from the city instead of being productive or living their life.
- Defends Jim Skaggs against attacks from the Chronicle.
- Supports Lyft and Uber.
- Plugs Max Borders and Voice and Exit.
- Told story about conflicting regulations between the code inspectors and the fire department.
After Bill spoke, his campaign manager Rachel Kania (full disclosure: A friend of this website) spoke briefly about what to expect in the coming months:
- First big fundraising deadline is in less than a month.