Crestview leaders set sights for 2014

Published: Tuesday, January 7, 2014 at 03:04 PM.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Here is what Crestview's leaders say are the city's top priorities in 2014.

What do you anticipate, or think should change, in 2014?

"I am looking forward to the several educational facilities and industries (that) express interest in coming to Crestview and Northwest Florida." 
— David Cadle, Crestview Mayor

" The major concern I have for our city is that we do not have a city manager to oversee and manage the city. Our form of government is highly unique, and there is a reason for that ... Other cities have recognized that without professional management and accountability, your city is set up to fail the employees and the taxpayer.

"I plan to engage the taxpayers this year to explain how (hiring) a manger/administrator could help improve the efficiency of our city and yield them a better return on their tax dollars.

"The recent Gulf Power over-charging fiasco is just one example of why we need a better system in place."
— Robyn Helt, Crestview City Council President

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