• サイトマップ
  • 携帯サイト
  • English
  • 中文
  • 한글

文字の大きさ・色合い変更

  • 音声読み上げ
  • ふりがな表示

お問い合わせ・ご意見 inquiry/Opinion

  • トップページ
  • 暮らし・手続き
  • 防災・生活安全
  • 健康・福祉
  • 子ども・家庭・教育
  • 環境・まちづくり
  • 産業・文化・観光
  • 区政情報
  • 子ども・子育て
  • 高齢者・介護
  • 障害者

現在のページ:トップページ > 区政情報 > 各種広報媒体・報道資料 > 広報紙 > Minato Monthly > Minato Monthly, July 2020 > Mr. Takei was Re-appointed as Minato City’s Mayor on June 28 | Minato Monthly, July 2020

ここから本文です。

更新日:2020年7月1日

Mr. Takei was Re-appointed as Minato City’s Mayor on June 28

Mayor Masaaki Takei

Mayor Masaaki Takei’s Career
Born in Tokyo / Age: 67 /
Graduated from the School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
1977: Started to work in Minato City
2004: Elected as Mayor of Minato City
2020: Elected as Mayor of Minato City for fifth term

As a result of the June 7 general election, I will continue to serve as the Mayor of Minato City and lead the city administration with the support of many residents. Because of the impact of the COVID-19, various measures were taken to hold the election. The voter turnout was 30.04%, a 5.79 point increase from the previous election. I would like to express sincere gratitude for everyone’s cooperation.
Facing the major crisis posed by the spread of COVID-19, Minato City has exerted every effort to strengthen the medical system and protect the lives and health of residents. The city stabilized the collaboration with the Minato-ku Medical Association by conducting PCR screening at the Minato Public Health Center, and provided hotel accommodation for children whose parents have been hospitalized.
Regarding the economy, which has been damaged immensely, the city supported local businesses by creating a special financial mediation system for small and medium sized enterprises, and provided rent support for tenants and owners facing difficult business conditions.
Also, while paying careful attention to the problems faced by residents, Minato City has promoted measures to protect residents’ daily lives, such as creating area for children and facilitating remote learning, providing shopping assistance for senior citizens, and providing subsidies and financial assistance.
In preparation for the much-feared potential second and third waves, Minato City will continue to reinforce the crisis management structure, including the measures currently being implemented by the Minato Public Health Center.
With the spread of remote working, the city administration must be able to respond quickly and flexibly. The city will lead the society with the cooperation from our residents, businesses, and local governments.
Lastly, Minato City will build a community where all residents can live in safety and comfort. I hope for the active participation and cooperation from our residents for the city administration.

よくある質問

「よくある質問コンテンツ」をご活用ください。 よくある質問入り口