Thank you to all my supporters and everyone who voted. I'm honored to serve you and the City of Fort Worth for another 2 years.
About Cary Moon
Lowered city property tax - On property taxes, Cary Moon has lowered the tax rate each year: and in this past year, he lowered the tax rate to hit the Effective Tax Rate. Updating revenue policies and cutting expenses have been top priorities for his office.
Located millions in lost revenue - Thru city audits, Cary has located millions of dollars in lost revenue and saved hundreds of thousands of dollars in unnecessary expenses while correcting government inefficiencies.
Reduced crime - Active engagement with his friends in the police department has helped to reduce crime and improve the police response times in our neighborhoods.
Smarter development - Cary Moon's office has restricted development in the north part of the district and brought development to the east part of the district. Updating building standards to ensure a quality product while enhancing city processes for more timely permitting.
Improved government efficiency - Cary has actively worked to update ordinances, passing more ordinances than all other City Council Members combined. Responding quickly to the needs and sentiment of Fort Worth residents remains his first priority.
Funding for road infrastructure - Cary Moon's office has sought and obtained financing on all major road improvements in District 4.
BOARDS and COMMISSIONS
City of Fort Worth
Internal Audit, Chair
Tax Increment Finance District 7, Chair
Tax Increment Finance District 13, Chair
Public Housing Finance Commission
North Texas Council of Governments
Regional Transportation Council
MORE ABOUT CARY MOON
Cary grew up in Burleson, TX and is a graduate of Texas A&M University. He has lived in Fort Worth for 20 years. His wife Alisha and he have two daughters.
Professionally, Cary brings an executive-level set of skills from two industries - finance and development. In the finance world, he was one of the youngest bank CEO’s in the nation during the 2008 Banking Crisis. Leading his bank thru a time of economic uncertainty without the assistance of Government TARP money. Cary also served as CFO of a $48M medical company. These executive level experiences add a high-level of financial acumen to his role as District 4 Council member with the City of Fort Worth.
In the development community, Cary has developed retail and medical real estate projects in several states and in most counties in North Texas. He is able to apply his development experiences to give residents more control over development and to make sure developers pay taxes to our schools and city.
Cary maintains a portfolio of businesses and properties while also continuing to enjoy fishing with his daughters and bird hunting with his Labradors.