When I first became Mayor, I listed my three priorities — and my priorities for Phoenix — as public safety, education and jobs. Nearly six years later, those remain our priorities. And, it’s no accident that I always list public safety first.
Recently the city of Phoenix celebrated being the first city in the nation to complete its weatherization program for low-income families.
I am back in Phoenix after a quick yet quite busy trip to Washington, DC, earlier this week, where I was asked to participate in a panel focused on public safety by the White House and the Attorney General.