Incumbent Mayor Nesby wants to continue to drive the City of Duquesne to a better future, and that is why she is running. Read more about why Mayor Nesby is the right choice.
From Economic Development to Water Quality to Health Care, Mayor Nesby is doing everything she can to address the issues and correct them.
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“I stood with honor and pledged to serve the City of Duquesne and worked effortlessly to be the change. When we began this journey together, our great City of Duquesne faced serious challenges. Budget deficit.. Financial mismanagement.. Rising crime. Corruption.. Nepotism… An Administration that gave no responsibility and accountability for Public Safety infrastructure, which had been ignored. In addition, a government that largely operated behind closed doors.
“This is your leadership at work and we absolutely cannot go back. Our goal has been to balance the budget each year, put taxpayers first, and focus on putting people to work. We are focused on protecting our taxpayers and we cannot go back to the old ways of budget deficits and physical mismanagement. As we continue to provide more efficient and cost-effective services, we are on our way to resolve the long-time problems with water quality. bring better healthcare services and employment opportunities to the city.
“I stand here today making the government open, more transparent, and efficient. We listen, then we act. Moving forward in my second term, we will not only continue to work on existing projects, but will address blight, recreation, and affordable housing. We cannot and absolutely will not turn back! That is why I am running for reelection!”
“My aspiration is to make Duquesne a better place to live. I want residents to have a quality education, I want to promote home ownership with reasonable mortgage payments, economic development, and better transportation, I want to ensure medical providers are provided, update parks, and provide better recreation and playgrounds.”
Election Day is May 18th, 2021
Mayor Nesby has led the fight to ensure that Duquesne has safe clean drinking water. She has worked with community leaders, environmental activists, and county