Kane seeks re-election to commission

Kane seeks re-election to commission
William “R.K.” Kane of South Fulton is announcing is candidacy for re-election to the Obion County Commission, serving District 1.
He is employed with Tennessee Corrections Institute as a detention facility specialist.
Additionally, he serves as pastor of Chapel Hill and Harris Station United Methodist Church Charge and as co-youth minister with his wife, Kym, at Fulton First United Methodist Church.
Kane previously served as a South Fulton city commissioner and as vice mayor for the City of South Fulton.
During his past four years as a county commissioner, he has been appointed to serve on the courthouse committee.
Kane and his wife, the former Kym Jones of South Fulton, have three children. Brooke currently attends the University of Tennessee at Martin, while Morgan and Chase are students at South Fulton High School.
“If re-elected to the Obion County Commis-sion, I will continue to bring my life experiences, most of which have been in the public service sector, to aid in my decision-making of what is best for the citizens of Obion County,” Kane said. “My goal is to keep property taxes low while creating an atmosphere that will be conducive to attracting industry and small business throughout the county at the same time. I will resist any, and all, attempts of big government becoming a controlling factor within our communities.
“It has been my honor to represent the citizens of South Fulton for the past six years and I appreciate the confidence in my ability to serve. We have a great community that has a heritage of family, honor and work ethic. These are the same conservative Christian values that I promise to continue upholding for the citizens of Obion County. I ask for your continued confidence and your vote for Obion County Commissioner of District 1,” he said.
Published in The Messenger 7.21.10

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