Lindsay Poisel stands for preserving the beauty of our community. If elected, she will work with organizations to help ensure our environment is safe from carcinogenic pollutants, she will work with TXDot and contractors to properly fix the roads, restore and maintain boat ramps, and provide parks for families to enjoy year round.
LIST OF ISSUES
The Vulcan Quarry will affect our air quality, roads, water resources and property values. It is important to ensure certain precautions are being taken to keep our community beautiful and safe and I will fight for the best interest of our town.
Roads are the biggest issue facing Canyon Lake residents. I am committed to properly fixing the road in our community to eliminate pot holes and reduce the number of areas that are prone to dangerous flooding.
There is not enough access to boat ramps, which creates inaccessibility to the lake for residents. This is why I will work to fix existing boat ramps around the lake, put more floating docs, and designate areas for non-motorized vessels to launch to ensure everyone can enjoy our lake and the natural beauty of Canyon Lake.
YEAR ROUND PARKS
I have listened to many residents talk about the lack of year-round parks in Canyon Lake. As County Commissioner for Precinct 1, I am committed to advocating for expanded access to parks. There are many days year round where families like mine and like yours would benefit from having parks open all year long.
Our community is home to one of the best music venues in the state and offers scenic spaces to expand local businesses and restaurants to sustainably grow the Canyon Lake economy while protecting the spirit of the community.