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Hall announces his candidacy for City Council


Nearly ten years ago, my wife, our son, Gerrit, and I moved back to her hometown of Versailles. I instantly fell in love with this community.

I am proud to call Versailles home and want to continue my service to this community by announcing my candidacy for Versailles City Council.

Since moving to Versailles, I have tried to be an active participant in improving our community. I am an active parishioner at St. John’s Episcopal Church. As an attorney, I am active in both the Kentucky and Woodford Bar Associations. I was proud to serve on the Board of the Woodford Forward Foundation, and I coached soccer through the Woodford Youth Soccer Association.

As your City Councilman, I will work to build on the many advantages Versailles already has. I will help to make it easier for small businesses to open and expand. I will seek to grow our community in a smart and sustainable way. I will work to make our government open and transparent. Most importantly, I will be responsive to my constituents, and work to build a more inclusive community. I humbly ask for your support this November to fulfill the promise of our community.

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