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2022 Scanlon City Council candidate: Cody Grashorn

"As a homeowner and a parent, I want to keep this town a great place to raise a family," Grashorn writes.

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Age: 49

Family: Two children; girlfriend.

Occupation: Construction manager for a petroleum company.

Community service involvement: Member of the Scanlon Planning Committee.

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Why are you running for office?

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"I am running for office to use my voice as an advocate for the preservation of our city’s rich history, maintenance of our independent identity, and to create a place for growth and strength for this generation and the generations to come," Jesse S. Johnson writes.
"I am running for a city of Scanlon council seat because we need to work on needed repairs to infrastructure, keeping costs and taxes down," Marshall Johnson writes.

I am running for Scanlon City Council because I've lived here for four years now. As a homeowner and a parent, I want to keep this town a great place to raise a family. With that said, I will work hard and make sure your voice is heard.

What are the big challenges you see facing the community?

The big challenges I see are that we need to get more people involved in the decisions made in the community. We need to listen to the community members to always have an open door for them to be heard.

If elected, how would you work to address those issues?

If elected I will always listen to all community members, etting them voice their concerns and work with them to find a solution that will work for the community. I will always have an open line of communication. Community first.

What successes do you hope to build on if elected?

I hope to represent the community of Scanlon to the best of my ability. I will always be open and honest. I will be a voice for the people to make the community a great place to live and feel safe building a family.

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