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Mayors INTERVIEWS Why Move To Your Town?

by | Apr 21, 2017 | Breaking News, Business, City, City News, County, County News, Cullman, Cullman City, Get Smart, Good Hope, Hanceville, Interviews, Politics

Mayors INTERVIEWS Why Move To Your Town?

We speak to each Mayor In Cullman County asking them one question “Why Should Someone Move To Your Town?

The 2017 CHICK-fil-A State of Our Community event organized by the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center exceeded most everyone’s expectations.

The Cullman Civic Center was filled with early risers at 7:30 am. Frankly, too many important things happened in a short period of time for any one person to adequately report on the plethora of important activities taking place.

However, we took advantage of the chance to speak with every Mayor from across Cullman County who was present along with County Chairman Kenneth Walker.

They graciously agreed to answer you simple question: “Why Would Someone Want To Move To Their Town?”

Their impressive answers to that question can be found in the video below:

Participating in this interview series were the following Mayors and Chairman:

★ Jerry Bartlett – City of Good Hope

★ Woody Jacobs – City of Cullman

★ Kenneth Kilgo – Town of West Point

★ Donnis Leeth – Town of Colony

★ Kenneth Nail – City of Hanceville

★ Bill Oliver – Town of West Point

★ Kenneth Walker – Cullman County (Chairman)

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Mayors INTERVIEWS Why Move To Your Town?

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Originally from Asheville, NC, Timothy brings an insightful holistic perspective as well as a mountain man tenacity to his various roles at Cullman Today. You can reach him at and/or (256) 615-8260.

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