Rosseel ‘enthusiastically’ behind Williams
The residents of Farragut have a critical decision to make between now and Aug. 2. They have an opportunity to elect a man of strong moral character and dedication to the founding principles of the Town. These principles include maintaining a citizen-driven government, quality growth that maintains Farragut’s residential nature, and a commitment to financially sound solutions. To meet those goals as we continue to grow, he will strive to balance investing in our parks, greenways, and roads. That man is Ron Williams.
Calhoun likes Markli’s, Meyer’s stance on firearms
As a long -term resident of the Town of Farragut and a proud United States citizen, I believe that the Constitution guarantees us the right to bear arms to protect ourselves, families and friends from harm.
I hope we elect a mayor and aldermen who will allow us to do so. Tennessee law recently changed The Town’s “no guns in parks” policy and now allows licensed handgun permit holders to protect themselves while they are enjoying the beautiful parks and greenways in Farragut.
However, the Farragut Town Hall has a “no guns allowed” sign and no other security measures, which in my opinion makes it a soft target that I hope it will never actually become.
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