Kevin Boone has announced that he will seek another term as the Place 5 representative on the Fairhope City Council.
Boone was first elected in 2012 and has been an integral part in keeping Fairhope fiscally responsible, helping reduce debt by nine million dollars since taking office.
“We have improved the city’s services by adding sidewalks, tennis courts, soccer fields, a sewer treatment plant, and Knoll Park,” Boone said. “We have also added miles of paved streets and roads, and successfully purchased over 100 acres of parkland at the entrance of our wonderful city that will be preserved for park and recreation use for generations to come.
“I promise to continue to work closely with the people of Fairhope, the mayor, and my fellow City Council members to make the best decisions for Fairhope and its residents.”
“We still have work to do to keep this city the greatest in the South,” Boone said. “Moving forward, I will work to continue the improvements and upgrades being made to our bay front parks, and implement new sewer lift stations. I will also work on increasing parking facilities, as well as reducing congestion in downtown Fairhope.”
Boone is a graduate of Auburn University, as well as Fairhope High School. He is a member of the First Baptist Church of Fairhope, where he previously served as a Sunday school teacher. Boone and his wife, Karen have been married 31 years, and together have two adult children, Scott and Brittany, both graduates of Fairhope High School and current Fairhope residents.
Municipal elections are Aug. 23.
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