Promote and increase the number of residents who use the district's phone app that allows the public to easily report mosquito problems in their neighborhoods.
Reschedule regular Board Meetings from 10:00 AM to a more convenient time in order to allow working residents the opportunity to provide their input before commissioners make decisions.
Establish multiple safeguards and layers of accountability to help monitor and prevent unnecessary and or fraudulent spending of tax payer dollars.
Explore other methods such as mosquito eating fish and repelling plants with natural fragrances to help fight the spread of mosquitoes.
Expand current research and study in the biology and control of mosquitoes which can transmit deadly diseases to our residents and pets.
Continue to improve methods for tracking mosquito activity and utilizing a variety of methods for safely and efficiently combating mosquitoes in our communities.
Victor Dotres is a Collier County Public School teacher and has been with the district for 18 years, He began his teaching career at Village Oaks Elementary before transferring to Golden Gate High School, followed by Immokalee Middle School. He taught Technology for six years and is currently teaching Physical Education at Estates Elementary. Victor has been the Head Coach for the Corkscrew Middle School’s Girls soccer team for two years. Victor, 44, a Miami native, has lived in Southwest Florida since 2001. He is the son of Cuban immigrant parents and is the father of two children. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Art Education from the University of Florida. Victor speaks fluent Spanish and Creole. He is a 2nd Degree Knights of Columbus member and a Red Cross Disaster Services volunteer.