Papillion residents deserve transparency and honesty from government and its representatives.

As a fiscal conservative, Autumn Sky regularly watches City Council meetings to monitor tax spending.  Citizens should be comfortable voicing concerns to their public servants. Autumn Sky is ready to serve you, the people of Papillion.

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As the city grows, we must be prepared with housing and childcare for families of all incomes.

A single parent of two sons, Autumn Sky knows the importance of affordable, quality housing and childcare. She is former president of the UNO Child Care Center's Parent Teacher Organization and received her masters in Family & Community Services in 2011.  

A former recipient of a housing voucher; Autumn Sky knows the how life changing having safe & secure housing can be. She currently serves on the Housing Foundation for Sarpy County tirelessly advocating for adequate housing for all income levels.  

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Economic growth must strengthen small businesses while preserving community assets that attract employers.

Autumn Sky inherited business sense and determined work ethic through her family's small business in rural Columbus as a fifth-generation Nebraskan.  She is also the owner of a women's empowerment network.  There is no social justice until there is economic justice.   Autumn Sky wants to make sure that all city contracts are well publicized for all projects.

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A wealthy community has the duty to protect its land though sustainable living, eco conscious building practices, and green initiatives.

Coordinating a public health coalition for Sarpy County, Autumn Sky believes that the earth is borrowed from our children and strives to make Papillion a leader in green communities.

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Consistent, clear communication and volunteerism is key to starting healthy dialogue and engagement.

A life long volunteer with a career rooted in the non-profit sector, Autumn Sky understand that many of our communities non-profits are underutilized and the citizens are the ones who suffer.  During her term as City Councilwoman, Autumn Sky will utilize communication channels to educate citizens about what services are provided for them in the community.

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