With Police and Fire Departments second to none, and nationally ranked schools, Troy is the best place to live, work, and play! I have worked hard for you as a member of City Council to maintain this by listening to both Troy’s residents and its businesses and finding the right balance between sometimes competing interests.
We need a fresh start in Troy with a new style of leadership. As your Mayor, I will set the right tone for our city by listening to and respecting all voices, recognizing its diversity, and governing with the integrity and decorum we deserve, as I have proven to do as your council member and Mayor Pro Tem.
Ethan and Bethany are blessed to have three wonderful children—Arden, their 12-year-old daughter; Canaan, their 10-year-old son; and Aven, their 7-year-old daughter.
July 31st, 2019
TROY — The Troy City Council postponed moving forward on the construction of gateway signs to the city for a second time amid concerns that the signs look dated. The council voted 6-0 June 3 to postpone construction of the signs designed by KMA Design. Councilman Ed Pennington was absent. At an April 22 meeting, […]
September 11th, 2019
TROY — The Troy City Council unanimously authorized the city to move forward on an informal request for services to investigate whether any members of the council played a role in creating a “culture of complicity,” referenced to in a recent forensic audit, that enabled former City Manager Brian Kischnick’s wrongdoing and crimes. The matter […]
July 31st, 2019
TROY — The Troy City Council unanimously denied a rezoning request for 1.2 acres along Rochester Road, north of Long Lake Road, after more than 60 residents signed a petition in opposition to the rezoning. The Planning Commission voted 6-2 to recommend approval of the preliminary site plan and the conditional rezoning from one-family residential […]
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