This includes other community leaders, Washington & Jefferson College, the district attorney, and county officials to bring about real change in the city of Washington to fight the opioid epidemic.
If elected, Mark will work to build a strong and cooperative bond between Washington & Jefferson College and the city government.
By bringing new businesses to the city and stop the regular tax increases residents have experienced.
By working closely with local and county-wide state law to stop drugs from getting into the city, as well as, connecting leaders to recovery centers and mental health centers for addiction to create a more cohesive partnership. The regulation policy for halfway or three-quarter houses will also be addressed to ensure an effective transition into society.