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Throughout my campaign, I promised to keep people informed and open doors to trust City Hall. As your mayor, I am delivering on that promise and many more. The following are key priorities outlined in my mission statement:
I will listen to, engage, and involve residents from every neighborhood.
I will work with City Council and the City Manager to create a clear vision for the future of Mount Dora.
I will encourage specific plans to promote growth while preserving our historic charm.
I will support both downtown and uptown merchants with year-round events to keep our city appealing to residents and tourists.
"Local 3088 believes Crissy will bring a much-needed political change to our city government, and she will build the trust that our community has been longing for. If you want a leader who listens to community concerns and then finds solutions to these concerns, Crissy Stile is the only choice for our next Mayor."
- Professional Firefighters of Mount Dora Local #3088
"I strongly endorse and wholeheartedly trust Crissy to be fiscally responsible as well as to preserve the historic integrity of our town. Her integrity is above reproach and her leadership as Mayor will be outstanding for Mount Dora...vote for Crissy!"
- Robert Coffey, Lieutenant General U.S. Army, Retired
"Crissy knows that we have to preserve our historic heart so we can continue to flourish as we grow. Her vision for our future is affordable and achievable."
- Laurie Tillett, Former Mount Dora City Councilmember
"We know of no candidate for the office of Mayor who is more capable from an education, energy, and integrity perspective than Crissy Stile."
- Nick and Susy Nickerson, 22-year Mount Dora residents