Stephanie Endres announces her re-election campaign kick-off for Johns Creek City Council (Post Five).
JOHNS CREEK, GA (August 21, 2017) – Stephanie Endres, City Council member since December 2015, is announcing her plans to run for re-election.
Stephanie says “I kept my promises to reduce the millage rate, streamline business taxes, increase transparency of financial data, address traffic congestion, and effectively advocate for the residents desire to preserve our premier residential bedroom community”.
Stephanie co-lead the effort to reduce the millage rate (first reduction in the City’s history), lead the effort to provide Citywide support to the Fulton County Commissioners to roll back the 2017 residential property assessments to 2016 levels, and brought residents and city staff together for better engagement and communication related to the individual resident concerns, neighborhood/HOA concerns and overall citywide issues.
If re-elected, Stephanie will continue to advocate for all residents to preserve our residential community, reform taxes for equitable solutions and continue to work on well-planned congestion relief.
“The campaign has strong volunteer support, is well funded and I am excited to start knocking on doors again. The best part of the campaign is connecting with my neighbors”, says Stephanie.
Stephanie has a Bachelors Degree in Accounting from Florida State University and is a Certified Public Accountant. Stephanie and her husband, Mark, are raising 3 children in Johns Creek and attend Saint Brigid Catholic Church. Family and community are very important to Stephanie and currently she is a leader of Brownie Troop No. 15402, co-leader and treasurer of Junior Troop No.14454, volunteered with Cub Scout Troop 2143 and served on her HOA Board in years past.
For those interested to learn more about Stephanie and her campaign, please visit www.voteEndres.com