Oak Ridge City Council member Jim Dodson is running for a second four-year term in the November 3 municipal election.
Dodson has been a teacher in Oak Ridge Schools for 33 years.
He was elected to City Council in November 2016, and he serves as the Council representative on the Oak Ridge Municipal Planning Commission and Youth Advisory Board.
In a press release, Dodson said he has a strong record of community service and leadership on several civic boards, organizations, and commissions.
“I will definitely work alongside my Oak Ridge and East Tennessee neighbors for a better quality of life in our community,” Dodson said. “I hope to continue giving our residents a voice on City Council and promoting excellent educational opportunities for all our kids and young adults.
“I will also continue to help recruit businesses and families to Oak Ridge as the place to relocate. I look forward to working as an Oak Ridge City Council member to maintain and improve all city services while providing safe and thriving neighborhoods.”[Read more…]