McMillian announces candidacy
Bryan McMillian announces his candidacy for Ducktown City Commissioner.
Bryan McMillian announces his candidacy for Ducktown City Commissioner. He has been a Resident Of Ducktown for 12 Years and a Business Owner in Polk Co. for 12 Years
McMillian says his current areas of service for the Community include acting as Secretary of the Ducktown Planning Committee, Secretary of the Ducktown Zoning Committee, he serves as a Ducktown Industrial Board Member, is a Ducktown Rep. on the Joint Economic Dev. Board, as well as an Active Member of the Kingtown Baptist Church and a Youth Instructor (Kingtown Baptist), participates in the Van Out Reach Ministry (Kingtown), and is a Youth Sunday School Teacher (Kingtown)
His past areas of service for the Community include serving as the TriCities Business Association President and Treasurer of the Polk Co. Chamber of Commerce. He was 1 of only 30 to complete Polk Co. Leadership and was the Polk Co. Rep on the Fannin Co Tourism Committee.
McMillian says he has been an active member of the community, “since the day my family and I moved here in July 2000.” He would like to continue to see the progress of the community while maintaining its wholesome and friendly atmosphere. He says he supports the work of the current Commission and would consider it an honor to serve the City of Ducktown as a Commissioner.
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