Livingston’s Board of Alderman incumbent Ken Dodson wants the City of Livingston to explore tourism opportunities to help the economy progress.
Dodson is one of four candidates vying for three spots in next week’s aldermen race.
“We’re such a great community that a lot of people have not experienced,” Dodson said. “But once you do experience, I think we have a lot of repeat people coming back to our community. We need to take advantage of those folks coming to town and attract even more in the future.”
Dodson said one of his main goals, if re-elected, would be to keep Livingston safe and clean and keep the hometown environment while also growing. As alderman, he wants to advance his community and give back to the city he loves so much.
“I think folks have a lot of hometown pride just like I do and see the progress that has been made the past few years, especially in the downtown area of Livingston,” Dodson said. “I think their is a whole lot of pride in our community.”
Ken Dodson currently serves as the vice mayor and alderman for the city of Livingston. Dodson is employed at First National Bank in Livingston.
“I would just like to say take this opportunity to say for those who haven’t already gone out and early voted that I would appreciate you considering me,” Dodson said.
Dodson will compete against incumbent Rex Dale, John R. Clough and Josh Deck. Only three seats on the board are available. Livingston’s Municipal Election will be held Wednesday, June 3 at the Chamber of Commerce.