Will County Board member Meta Mueller on what the county should do with recreational marijuana sales tax revenue, "The revenue from the recreational cannabis sales tax should be used to help those most affected by cannabis prohibition." Read the full questionnaire here.
Will County Board candidate Jazmin Martinez on what should be done with recreational marijuana sales tax revenue: "Ask any Joliet citizen, as I did a lot of the last few weeks, what they believe needs to be worked on in their city. Their most common response: infrastructure."
Will County Board member Margaret Tyson wrote on recreational marijuana sales tax revenue, "Revenue acquired through the legal sale of cannabis in our county should be used to educate formerly incarcerated individuals who were disadvantaged by the old cannabis laws."
Will County Board candidate Brian Bessler wrote when asked what the county should do with recreational marijuana sales tax revenue, "We should allocate equal amounts of revenue to create small business loans as well as to increase our effort to combat the ongoing opioid crisis."
Asked what the county should do with recreational marijuana sales tax revenue, Will County Board member Mica Freeman wrote, "In my opinion, this tax revenue generated from cannabis sales should be used to support communities most affected by substance abuse and addiction."
Asked what local bridge and road projects the county should prioritize, Will County Board candidate Annette Parker wrote, "The Bruce Road Caton Farm corridor needs to be re- evaluated. There is a definite need for another east west bridge over the Des Plaines River."
Will County Board candidate Hillary Kurzawa said of the old county courthouse property, "I would like to see the old courthouse renovated into a community garden, food bank and community center in the heart of Joliet." Read Kurzawa's full election questionnaire here.