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Feb 11th

Reva Chamblis is seeking DFL endorsement for 2014 Brooklyn Park City Council seat at first ever Brooklyn Park DFL Endorsing Convention

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reva chamblisReva Chamblis, a 14 year resident of Brooklyn Park, who sits on both the city's Human Rights Commission and Public Safety Task Force, is seeking endorsement by the newly formed Brooklyn Park City DFL Unit (she has already received the DFL African American 'Caucus endorsement)q. The Brooklyn Park endorsing convention is being held at 2pm, Saturday, May 17th at the Brookdale Library in Brooklyn Center. Reva is running on a progressive platform that includes "Prosperity and Equality for All" believing that the two values go hand in hand in creating "a more prosperous, safe, stable and engaged city."

In her community and advocacy work, Reva has not been afraid to ask the tough questions needed to address disparities and move the diverse city of Brooklyn Park forward. Through her leadership work, Reva has come to know the concerns of Brooklyn Park and is actively collaborating with others to create strategies and actions for meeting city goals that align with resident's needs.

Reva intends to use her experience, knowledge and leadership to create strong support for growth of new and existing businesses both small and large. She feels better planning is needed to create opportunities where more people will desire to "work, live and play in Brooklyn Park." A fast growing city, her goal is to also support inclusive strategies and decisions to create prosperity for all segments of its populations. Her desire is to create more well-paying jobs; and a wide spectrum of housing options, including senior housing. She also plans to help make Brooklyn Park a destination place by supporting development plans for available spaces and open land to create community centers, a variety of restaurants, and more retail, and entertainment venues.

For more information on Reva and her priorities for Brooklyn Park City Council and the Vote for Reva Campaign, please visit You may also email her at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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