To the Citizens of La Vergne:
I would like to take this time to personally thank you for allowing me to serve you as Alderman for the past 8 years. As a long time resident of La Vergne, I’ve seen our city grow from a small community to a young city with high potential for economic and retail growth.
As your Alderman, I have worked hard to serve you. Here are a few changes that our great city has seen in the past 8 years:
•Parthenon Extension Phase III (New road to connect Murfreesboro Road to Stones River Road)
•New Fire Station III on Bill Stewart Blvd.
•Holland Ridge to David’s Way connection
•Improved intersections at Murfreesboro Road and Dick Buchanan, Murfreesboro Road and Floyd Mayfield, and Murfreesboro Road and Fergus Road
•Improvements in our Police, Fire and Emergency Response Departments
•New Senior Citizen’s Bus
•Secured several grants for State and Federal Funding for the City
•Retail Growth: New Kroger and various other retail centers and restaurants
To better serve the City of La Vergne, since 2004, I have completed courses in Planning and Zoning and received certifications from the State of Tennessee. I have successfully completed all three levels of the Local Government Leadership Program and have received certification from the University of Tennessee. I have also completed numerous classes and seminars with the National League of Cities and the Tennessee Municipal League.
Once again, I would like to thank you for the opportunity to serve you over the past 8 years and with your vote on Election Day, November 6, 2012, we can continue keeping La Vergne strong and moving forward.
for Mayor 2014
Dennis Waldron for Mayor 2014
With your support on November 4, 2014, we can continue to lead La Vergne in a positive direction. In the upcoming 4 years, I believe we can continue to develop our city into a place we are proud to call home. With your help, we can accomplish our vision.
•Continue to improve the efficiency of our city departments to save our tax dollars.
•Keep neighborhoods safe with adequate police and fire protection.
•Support tax breaks for our fixed income senior citizens.
•Upgrade the road systems to alleviate traffic congestion.
•Support the schools and the youth programs to better educate our children.
•Add retail developments to create local jobs and revenue for our city.
My main priority since being elected Alderman is to provide the citizens with the highest quality of services at the lowest possible cost. This ensures a reduced tax burden on hard working families.
I am asking for your vote on November 4, 2014, because without a VISION, we cannot continue to move in a positive direction.