Andy Holz is running for Seat Five on the Coral Springs Commission. He wants to reduce City spending and is especially concerned about the planned $28 million Coral Springs Municipal Complex. He believes it will cost the City and its residents too much money. He would like to see a small municipal complex project and he is concerned that businesses will be located in the complex. Holz is also concerned that it will focus too much of the City on a small downtown section. He wants an emphasis on promoting business throughout the City. He wants small businesses to be able to place more prominent signs on their property.
“There has an emphasis on helping large businesses in Coral Springs. I want to see an emphasis on helping small businesses in Coral Springs,” said Holz. “They need to be able to have larger signs so people driving by in cars can see the signs.”
He wants to see a reduction in municipal taxes and said that many City residents have actually seen an increase in their taxes over the years because of changes in property values. Holz would also like to see more law enforcement personnel in Coral Springs Schools.
Holz earned a bachelor’s degree from Norwich University and a law degree from Nova Southeastern University. He teaches English and Math at Coral Springs Christian Academy and coaches middle school football. Holz is a longtime resident of Coral Springs and graduated from Coral Springs Christian Academy.