Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Thom Druffel announces run for Metro Council in District 23. Please support Thom's campaign.

Friends and Neighbors, 

I am running for Metro Council | District 23 (Belle Meade, Hillwood, Warner Park, and West Meade) AND I want your support to enhance and protect our quality of life in West Nashville.
Our city and neighborhoods are experiencing unprecedented growth and development. There are OVER 560* building permits in District 23 alone:

building permits map

The impact on our schools, infrastructure, and quality of life is telling:

  • Public lands and schools repurposed for development
  • Congested, deteriorating, and dangerous roadways
  • Broken public education system
  • Inadequate stormwater drainage systems
  • Old and deficient sewer systems
ALL of which create SAFETY concerns and LOWER property values.
We all pay significant property taxes. Are we getting the benefit? The Metro Council is the steward of that investment and the guardian of our community’s quality of life and resources. This council is the primary tool through which we can grow, protect, and enhance our neighborhood. That is why I am running for Nashville’s Metro Council.
Many of you know me, but for those of you who do not: I am not a braggart. However, it’s important that you are familiar with my background, my work, and why I am qualified to work the problems that threaten our quality of life in West Nashville. Please read through my website, become familiar with my experiences, achievements, recognitions, but most importantly my passion for community involvement and education.

If you still have questions and concerns, please email me.

My wife and I have raised our family in West Nashville since 2002, supported its public schools, served on its charities and committees, and attended nearly all its neighborhood and district meetings. We care what happens here—and know you do too.
We live in a divided culture that has lost its way in working together for the common good. With your support, we can rebuild that infrastructure of cooperation and find common purpose again. It begins here and today.
On August 1, please support me for your next District 23 Council Representative.
Together, we will preserve and enhance what is good in our neighborhood,
Thom Druffel
* Data and map from website / Includes: New Residential, New Commercial, Residential - Addition, Commercial - Addition, Commercial - Rehab, Building Blasting Permit, Commercial - Shell, Commercial - Foundation, Tree Removal Permit, Sign Permit, Commercial - Tennant Finish Out, Demolition Permit, Use and Occupancy, ( Does not include residential rehab )
Paid for by Thom Druffel for Metro Council – Tim Schwarz, Treasurer​

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