My sincere thanks to everyone who came to my campaign kick-off at the historic Grand Ole Opry Studio A. The turnout was incredible and I’m blessed with the strong show of support from so many already! This year has been very successful in building a solid foundation for the campaign and I’m excited about fully launching it next year.
If you haven’t visited my website yet, I invite you to check it out. I’ve expressed my thoughts in the About section regarding what the campaign is about and detailed what areas I will focus on as your next member of Metro Council for the 15th District in the Issues section.
I hope you enjoy the two blogs I created – Soul of a City and Hearts of the People. It’s always a joy for me to share music with others and talk about the people of Donelson who are making a big difference in our community. Stay tuned for the next editions coming soon.
Below will be the core sections of my newsletter that I will be sending out regularly. My disclaimer – There is a great deal of wonderful things going on in the community and I’m sure I will miss highlighting something. Please don’t hesitate to let me know about something going on in your neighborhood, our schools, non-profits, or business that I can feature. I want everyone to know as much about our great community as I can fit in one newsletter!
An event that I encourage you to put on your calendars is at McGavock High School on Monday, November 10th at 6pm. The “preferred future” that has been created through the NashvilleNext process of updating the Nashville General Plan is ready for the public to give final input and learn how it will impact our Community Plan for Donelson-Hermitage-Old Hickory. I’ve been at the very heart of this process over the past couple of years and am excited for everyone to see how important Donelson is being recognized as part of Nashville and Davidson County’s next 25-years of growth, development, and preservation.