With the drastic decline in State revenues, we must engage the public to determine their views on funding priorities.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) October 29, 2009
Republican James D. DeCocq announced his candidacy for the Florida State Representative District 33 race. DeCocq, a small business owner, runs a firm that creates and manages local governments. His professional life has been dedicated to increasing local control and citizen oversight of our neighborhoods and communities. Entering an already crowded field, DeCocq (De "Cook") believes his experience as a small business owner and expertise in creating and sustaining cost-efficient local municipalities are needed more than ever during this time of declining revenues and increased demand for government services such as unemployment compensation and Medicaid funding. "With the drastic decline in State revenues, we must engage the public to determine their views on funding priorities." states DeCocq. DeCocq will use his expertise to guide the State toward greater implementation of cost-savings and efficiency measures. "We must review current tax policies to ensure State Government does not hinder a recovery and future economic growth. Unlike the federal government, the State must pass and fund a balanced budget."
Also, a strong believer in our responsibility to the environment, DeCocq was responsible for the historical Key Biscayne, FL beach restoration. Shortly after this success he went on to serve as Assistant City Manager for the Village of Key Biscayne, and Assistant City Manager and City Manager for The City of Sunny Isles Beach and the City of Marathon. In 2006, DeCocq began his own small business. James knows firsthand what it means to make a payroll and successfully grow a business during a major downturn in the economy.
DeCocq enters this race confident that his knowledge and experience will maximize his productivity in the Florida House. His official campaign kicks off on Saturday, November 14, 2009 at Avalon Park: Town Center Park with a community event that features local businesses and other exhibitors and booths such as: Neighborhood Watch, health screenings, pony rides, bounce house and more. Event times are 3:00-7:00 p.m. Local communities are the backbone of this country, and James believes this campaign for the Florida Legislature should be about meeting the needs of families right in their own neighborhoods.
About James DeCocq for State Representative - Florida District 33: James DeCocq is a small business owner with extensive experience in building and sustaining cost efficient municipal governments. He is a graduate of the University of Miami with a degree in marine biology. He is a second generation Belgium immigrant. He is married to Mayra Etayo-DeCocq, daughter of Cuban immigrants. The couple has one daughter and the family resides in Avalon Park. For more information, visit: http://www.jamesdecocq.com . Become a Facebook supporter, visit: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=3012751&op=1&view=all&subj=101644039821&aid=-1&auser=0&oid=101644039821&id=10381469571#/pages/James-DeCocq-For-Florida-State-Representative-District-33/178098942728?ref=mf
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