Thank you to all who have consistently supported and endorsed my campaign, most recently the UAW. I am proud to stand with the hard workers they represent.
What does a County Commissioner do?
Assist in setting policy, legislative oversite and constituent services. Last year (2017) the budget for operating the services of Kent County totaled $342,404,285. How was that money spent? It’s the job of Kent County Commissioners to decide. I want you to know that for me, making those decisions is not about power, but about providing a service to the citizens of Kent County.
Why am I Running to Represent Kent County District 12 as a Commissioner?
With so many budget cuts the residents of Kent County do not deserve to be abandoned but protected and offered the services that help them live productive and healthy lifestyles. As a current Planning Commissioner and former Zoning Board of Appeals Commissioner, Monica Sparks is a servant leader that will advocate for the services that effect:
- Respected Seniors
- Honored Veterans
- Those with Special Needs
- Individuals, Families, and Children
- Fair Affordable Housing
- Access to Mental Health and Healthcare Services
- Parks & Recreation
MONICA SPARKS IS A WIFE, MOTHER, SMALL BUSINESS OWNER AND COMMUNITY ADVOCATE WORKING FOR YOU. A DEMOCRAT THAT IS EXPERIENCED TO SERVE & INCLUSIVE OF ALL.
- Planning Commissioner, City of Kentwood
- Former Zoning Board of Appeals Commissioner, City of Kentwood
- Certified SCORE Mentor and Business Counselor
- State of Michigan Licensed Real Estate Broker 20+ years
- Selected by Grand Rapids Business Journal as one of the “50 Most Influential Women in West Michigan”2018
- Wyoming Kentwood Chamber of Commerce
- West Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- Small Business Association of Michigan
- Progressive Women's Alliance
- Advocates For Seniors Issues
- Member American Legion Auxillary D.W. Cassard Post 208
- Woman's Life Chapter 881
- Kentwood Women's Club
- Michigan Democratic Party
- Kent Dems
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