Monday, April 4, 2016

Mayor Megan Barry of Nashville Tennessee

Mayor Megan Barry
c/o Office of The Mayor
107 Metro Courthouse
Nashville, TN  37201

Dear Mayor Barry,

My name is Matt Winick from Ann Arbor, Michigan with a strong interest in studying history and public policy. The main reason I have a strong interest in these subjects is to learn the need to advance on Civil Rights to help protect people who are different from being discriminated, protect the environment from pollution, help low income people including the poor get the care they need, and many others. The main reason I’m writing you a letter is because I find your work as current Mayor of Nashville to be very inspiring to me.

In your current role as Mayor of Nashville, I liked on how you pushed for more walk paths with bike paths to help pedestrians get safety from being in accidents in order to improve public safety. I liked on how you supported funds for renewable energy like wind, solar, clean biofuel, and energy efficient products to reduce addiction to oil with gas including making water clean for people to use and supported the need for buildings to go green including having energy efficient products in businesses to help reduce high energy cost including saving business money. On Civil Rights, I like on how you are a strong supporter for Civil Rights to help protect women, minorities, people with disabilities from being discriminated and working with different businesses to help them get jobs with an education. Improving diversity by hiring women, minorities, and people with disabilities to work for the government is common sense.   To help preserve historical sites including parks, I am very proud of your commitment to expand funding to help clean parks from pollution and restore historical sites to help teach people about the need to learn history. Your commitment to reduce youth violence like educational awareness to help youth understand on how gun violence is a danger to the community, push for volunteer program to help youth contribute to the community, and have job training program to help train youth for the work force is a great way to reduce youth violence.

Mayor Barry, I have Autism with a learning disability and having a disability is hard for me because I have trouble comprehending on learning different subjects and sometimes I struggle with communication.  Your commitment to being a strong supporter for Civil Rights, improving diversity, and supporting people with disabilities’ rights really inspires me to work hard on my disability and to continue learning different subjects.  Also your commitment to protect parks including preserving historical sites or museums really inspires me to be motivated to be interested in studying history and to visit historical sites or museums because they help me understand different topics, have hands-on approach to help engage me in learning, and have technology to help improve my comprehension.  My future goal is someday to teach history to help people learn the need to make society better or work in public policy to help people create good ideas to move our country forward.  My letter is a gift to you for Women History Month to help recognize women who work hard to make a great difference because I strongly believe that you make a great difference.

I am very proud of how you worked hard to become the 1st woman to become Mayor of Nashville and working hard to make a great difference with great ideas. You have truly inspired me to work hard on autism and to be interested in learning history. I wish you well on continuing your role as current mayor to continue making great progress. Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, working hard to make a great difference, and inspiring me.


Matt Winick

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