2015 Re-Election Metro Council District 29

Neighbors,

I have been honored to represent District 29 since my 2011 election. I ask for your vote for re-election to continue our hard work to improve schools, invest in improvements to infrastructure, community supported growth that preserves our neighborhoods character with increased access to green space, returning retail to our area, supporting our police officers and firefighters, and supporting economic incentives that result in new and better paying jobs for everyone. Thank You!

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2011 Election

2011 Election
Thank you, District 29
My friends, you have entrusted me with the sacred responsibility of serving you in the Metro Council. Count on me to focus on the things that mean the most to you and your families:
• Safer neighborhoods
• Better schools
• More recreational facilities
• Higher property values
• A greater place to do business

Stand with me, and we will win the respect for our area that it deserves.

Now, let’s roll up our sleeves and get to work!!! Please visit www.District29Community.Blogspot.com for news and updates.

Judge Dalton swears in Councilwoman Johnson

Friends and family proudly joined Karen Thursday as the Honorable Angie Blackshear Dalton administered the oath of office to the new Council Member from District 29.

View photos from this momentous occasion by clicking on the Photos tab at the top of the page.

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  • Metro Council proposes classes for code offenders: Macaela Bennett, mbennett@tennessean.com http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2015/05/25/council-proposes-classes-code-offenders/27831279/ Think of it as traffic school for piling trash in your yard or neglecting to mow the lawn for many months. Metro council passed a proposal sponsored by council members Fabian Bedne and Karen Johnson on first reading Tuesday that would open a “Codes Violator School” similar to the... more

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