Morningside resident Tad Christian says he's joined the increasingly crowded race to represent District 6 on the Atlanta City Council.
Christian, who just completed a one-year term as President of the Morningside Lenox Park Civic Association, is now the sixth candidate to join the race to fill departing Councilwoman Anne Fauver's seat.
From a press release announcing Christian's candidacy:
Christian is an active member of the Morningside neighborhood, sits on the City of Atlantas Board of Zoning Adjustments, is a volunteer on the operations committee at Morningside Elementary School, and a maintenance volunteer at Morningside Presbyterian Preschool. I am always working to resolve problems that plague our city neighborhoods, and this volunteer action led to me being elected as President of our neighborhood association, said Christian. I really want to take the knowledge and experience I have gained thorough volunteer service and participation on various zoning boards, to the City Council, where I can have a greater impact on improving a full range of issues facing our City.
Before becoming a stay-at-home father, Christian worked 12 years in business development and industrial engineering.
Christian's opponents in the race to represent the Morningside, Virginia-Highland, Midtown, Druid Hills and Candler Park neighborhoods are: Georgia Tech scientist Bahareh Azizi, Midtown business consultant Steve Brodie, community activist Liz Coyle, political newcomer Miguel Gallegos and Midtown businessman Alex Wan. And we'll go ahead and say God and Jane Fonda, because it feel like just about everyone is gonna jump in this contest.
(Courtesy Tad Christian campaign)
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