We may not have met yet, but I believe we share ideas about how to advance Frankfort. I want to see our city prosper and develop into a more rewarding place to be, so I’ve decided to run for City Commission. I will use my experience, practical approach, and open mind to help Frankfort thrive.


Before continuing, I know many of our families in Frankfort are struggling because of COVID-19. In our campaign, we are doing everything we can to keep you safe as well. Instead of knocking on your door to have conversations, I am making phone calls and texting to discuss Frankfort issues, and posting information on my Facebook page (click here and please "like" my page to get the latest news).

Here are a few more things about me:

#1  I love living in Frankfort

When my husband Richard and I moved downtown, we were attracted by its historic character, beautiful landscape, and walkable community. Easy access to restaurants, shops, parks, bridges, and trails is important to Frankfort’s quality of life. We need smart development so Frankfort grows without losing our character.

#2  I enjoy working to solve problems

For the last four years, I have been an advocate for ratepayers while serving as Chair of the Frankfort Plant Board. We focused on building long-term solutions for the entire community and implemented common sense programs that reduced customer wait times, added drinking fountains, and increased transparency for the citizens. We need leaders who know how to manage public money and put people first.

#3 I do my homework

As a retired engineer, I have time and the training to really learn about an issue. Being broadly and completely informed is the responsibility of our leaders. I ask questions, I listen to experts, and learn all I can before making a decision.


We need informed and dedicated commissioners to move Frankfort forward.


I hope I can count on your vote for the November 3 election!



I was born in 1952 in Pittsburgh, and am the oldest of 6 children.  We moved to Minnesota when I was 4 and I graduated from high school there.  Received BS in Studio Art from University of Minnesota, Duluth, Drafting Certificate from St Paul Vocational, and a Mechanical Engineering degree while working at 3M in St. Paul.  Married Richard Rosen in 1980.  Moved to Austin, TX in 1985 and retired as a Senior Product Development Engineer in 2003.  We chose to move to Frankfort in 2010, where I am self-employed as an artist.  Served on Frankfort Plant Board from 2015-2019.

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