Candidate Q&A: Ken Jones

Ken Jones is running for Cordova City Council Seat B in the March 3 Regular Election.

Sherman promises to champion city employees if elected

“I’d like to see us be more financially sustainable, and I don’t think more taxes are the answer,” Cathy Sherman said. “This is an expensive place to live as it is, and I’d like to see us driving some more economic development within the community… I value the city employees and how hard everybody works here, and I don’t think that the answer to our budget woes is cutting more positions.”
Councilman Ken Jones will run to keep his seat in the March 3 Cordova Regular Election. (Jan. 15, 2020) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Councilman Ken Jones will run for reelection

Ken Jones will run to retain his seat on Cordova City Council, he announced Wednesday, Feb. 5. Jones will run against Cathy Sherman, former director of Cordova Public Library and the Cordova Historical Museum.
Councilman Ken Jones’s seat is one of two up for election March 3. (Dec 4, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

2 city council seats up for election March 3

Two city council seats will be up for election March 3. Cordova City Council Seats B and C are currently occupied by Councilmen Ken Jones and Jeff Guard, respectively.

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