As an owner of several properties and a small business in Coeur d’Alene, I am keenly aware of how lucky we have been to have honest, knowledgeable and concerned people running our city. As a former director of downtown Coeur d’Alene, I know the challenge in helping businesses.
Some forward-thinking individuals have spearheaded projects, beginning 24 years ago with downtown revitalization. This long-term planning is culminating with the transformation of a tired park into a magnificent place for people of all ages. Our beautiful library, the Kroc Center, Riverstone and Midtown were all part of making this community healthy and usable.
Now it’s time to help other areas, like East Sherman Avenue. This can’t be done with naysayers running our city government: The very people who opposed all progress now want us to trust them with our future.
I have known Kiki Miller in business and community endeavors. You want her on your council as she is always the one leaning toward the positive. She is an independent thinker, a good listener, a smart investor, and she has proven her love for this city with her involvement many times over.
We want and need Kiki Miller on our City Council.