Working with all strategic partners of the city

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.

Building bonds

If elected, Mark will work to build a strong and cooperative bond between Washington & Jefferson College and the city government.

Increasing tax base

By bringing new businesses to the city and stop the regular tax increases residents have experienced. 

Fighting the current opioid epidemic

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.

Bringing new business to the city of Washington