Scott McGowan seeks At-Large Council seat

Posted 1/20/18

Scott McGowan has announced his bid for City Councilman, At-Large 2.

McGowan said, “I have lived in Cleveland all my life. I own a (family) business here and literally come in contact with hundreds of Clevelanders every day.

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Scott McGowan seeks At-Large Council seat

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Scott McGowan has announced his bid for City Councilman, At-Large 2.
McGowan said, “I have lived in Cleveland all my life. I own a (family) business here and literally come in contact with hundreds of Clevelanders every day.

“I know their concerns about the changes that are occurring in our great, historic home place.”

He said in Cleveland, “as one of the most progressive and fastest-growing, emerging small metro areas in the country, we have to be decisive and uncompromising concerning our future.”

“Our schools have to continue to provide the education needed for an ever-changing, technological society that will keep us at the forefront of progressive cities in Tennessee and prepare our children for the jobs of the future,” McGowan said.

He pointed out the need for infrastructure and traffic flow to be a part of the planning process to attract new development and sustain growth.

McGowan said, “Early in his career, he worked for city government. He knows how government works.”

McGowan is married to Amy McGowan. They have five children, three of whom are still attending the local schools.

He reminded individuals that early voting for starts July 13 and Election Day is Aug. 6.

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