Mayor Perry Keenan Seeks Second Term As Mayor

Election for Mayor of Pleasant View on November 8, 2016

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img_8184Pleasant View Mayor Perry Keenan signed the petition to run for a second term as Mayor on Tuesday, May 24 at the Cheatham County Election Commission Office in Ashland City.

When asked about the last four years as Mayor of Pleasant View, Keenan stated he’d been proud to witness and be a part of accomplishing community developments initiated by The Town of Pleasant View, North Cheatham Civitian Organization, Pleasant View Parks and Recreation and Cheatham County Chamber of Commerce.

Two accomplishments, out of many to be proud of stood out to the mayor, development of Pleasant View Community Park and Pleasant View Veteran’s Memorial at the entrance of the community park.

Mayor Keenan, married to Misty Keenan, both long time residents of Cheatham County have two children. They look forward to the opportunity to serve The Town of Pleasant View for another four years, if it be the choice of Pleasant View voters.

Local residents registered to vote will head to the polls on November 8, at their electoral voting stations.

Cheatham News would like to wish Mayor Keenan and Vice Mayor Danny Rediker, who are both seeking position as Mayor of Pleasant View, their wives and families the best of luck at the upcoming election.

-Tonya Steele

 

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