Breaking News: Longtime Resident Announces Mayoral Candidacy: Vows to Bring Respectful, Ethical, and Fiscally Responsible Leadership

Dear Residents,

It is with honor and purpose that I announce my candidacy for Mayor of Johns Creek.

Living in Johns Creek for nearly 2 decades has provided me and my family a quality of life that has been an essential part of our lives. This community means a great deal to me.

With my Corporate and small business owner experience, I have acquired the skills needed to successfully bring a fresh, resident driven agenda needed at a critical time for our city.

My passion is to represent the Residents with honest, open communications and accountable leadership. I believe that we are at an important juncture in the growth & development of our wonderful city and am prepared to lead the way.

Together we will work to protect our natural beauty & green space and sustain the strengths of our residential community in a respectful, ethical, and fiscally responsible manner.

Under my leadership, I intend to ensure the Mayors Office and our Council work together to advance the vision of our residents. My values are as follow:

Integrity: My promise to you is to promote a culture of moral and ethical standards that will make you proud. We as a city need term limits and stronger ethics rules.

Common Sense: Applying collective common sense to the process of making decisions that advance resident’s visions for our City.

Often common sense evades elected officials because they don’t listen to the people most impacted by their decisions.

My commitment to you is listening and prioritizing the goals of the residents of Johns Creek first. The resident’s needs and concerns are the primary responsibility that the Mayor must advance.

Fiscal Responsibility: Making sure that our residents & businesses who pay taxes know that every dollar is spent in a thoughtful way that will enhance our quality of life as a residential community with great schools while making Johns Creek businesses know their government supports them.

I will do my utmost to reach out to Johns Creek residents, businesses and others to understand their concerns and share my ideas to protect Johns Creek from improper development and increased traffic while improving our high quality of life. I hope that I will earn your support and trust.

Respectfully,
Alex Marchetti

Marchetti for Mayor Campaign Website

Marchetti for Mayor Facebook page

6 Responses to Breaking News: Longtime Resident Announces Mayoral Candidacy: Vows to Bring Respectful, Ethical, and Fiscally Responsible Leadership

  1. CT says:

    Color me there!
    If Mr. Marchetti is who he says he is, it would be a refreshing change to what we have now! That’s putting it mildly.
    I am looking forward to learning more…
    Bodker has put the screws to the residents of JC long enough!

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is great news and I can’t wait to see who also qualifies to run against some of our other self-serving and gutless councilmembers.

    I don’t care if an aardvark qualifies to run for city council because at this point I’ll vote for the aardvark. I’m sick and tired of watching our fine community getting hosed…

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is good news. But, before anyone gets my vote I have to know what Mr. Marchetti currently does for a living, what companies (company names) has he worked for in the past).
    All I see on his web site is what he has done in the past (in vague terms) and nothing about his current job/employer.
    I have to know if he has any connections with realtors, builders, advertisers, consultants etc.

    • Anonymous says:

      LinkedIn says he was the local president of the Direct Marketer’s Association.

      Connections with advertisers? He’s a junk-mail king.

      • Anybody but Bodker says:

        Junk Mail vs. Billboards

        Keep them coupons coming!

      • New Mayor Needed says:

        Key word is WAS I would like to know what he does CURRENTLY, sounds like someone does want me to know what he does now. Hope we get other candidates to run. It would be nice to have several to chose from.

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