Naming Rights

Pardon Our Dust

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My administration will maximize Public-Private Partnerships to eradicate Homelessness, Poverty, and Despair.

In the past, I have advocated the use of "Naming Rights." Naming rights present unique branding and marketing opportunities to individuals and businesses of all sizes.

This voluntary source of funding contributes to revenue neutrality in as much as it does not increase property taxes, does increase sales taxes, and does not further burden any taxpayer.

As Mayor, I will provide maximum opportunity for companies and individuals to add their name or a brand name to public buildings (excluding City Hall), facilities, and other city assets, as well as schools, tiny homes communities and the like, according to their wishes.

Unlike Privatization, the city would retain complete control over these assets, and would retain the right to reject any offer, for any reason.