"This is an exciting decision for me and my family," says Williams a self-employed organization consultant. "After talking with family and supporters, it became obvious to me, as it was to others, that my work experience and educational background would be a real asset to the Town of Holly Springs. My focus will be to continue on the path of Holly Springs' developing into a progressive family and business-friendly community."
"Holly Springs' folks value its history and the promise of its future. Because of the hopes and dreams of our long-time and new citizens, we must keep our focus on building a strong, economically vibrant town that will enable all our families to financially thrive in good and bad times," Williams continues.
"I believe that Holly Springs has been blessed in the opportunities that have come its way. Although many municipalities are struggling in these trying economic times, Holly Springs is not, and that tells me something about the effective and positive professional leadership of our current town management. Staying the course is important, because we do not want to lose the progress we have made so far here in Holly Springs. Our future looks bright, and I am proud to say that Holly Springs is my family's adopted hometown."
"My vision for Holly Springs is for the town to continue to grow into a place where our children and our grandchildren want to live, work, and raise a family. We must move forward to build a community that we will be proud to leave to the next generation of Holly Springs' citizens. I encourage citizens to visit my website to learn more about my candidacy for Town Council, take a brief Community Survey and/or contact me about their hopes, dreams and concerns for Holly Springs."
There are three seats on the Holly Springs Town Council that will be voted on during the November election. The seats are currently being held by Vinnie DeBenedetto, Hank Dickson and Chet VanFossen. Voters will also go to the polls and have the opportunity to vote on the position of mayor.