continued Quinn said her organizational skills and “ability to look at something and understand who the players are that need to be heard at the table” will drive good, effective decisions.
In addition to eliminating duplicative services, Quinn said she believes the county should go paperless.
“That has begun and has really started to grow pretty quickly,” said Quinn. “If I had my way there wouldn’t be any paper in anyone’s office unless it was an absolute requirement.”
Despite any challenges that may arise, Quinn said being a public servant is her passion.
“Unless you’re really involved in government and understand government you don’t realize the impact it can have on your personal life and in your family and in the community,” said Quinn. “Throughout my career I got an opportunity to see the changes that can occur and the challenges that government has to offer … and have a great sense of pride in that accomplishm