West Point Council meets with potential candidates
Published 3:28 pm Wednesday, March 27, 2019
The West Point City Council met briefly Tuesday to hear from three candidates for the vacant position on the council.
Amanda James, DeeDee Williams and Tracy Bandy all spoke before the council Tuesday.
“I love this town. I love the work everyone has done in this town to help it grow,” James said. “I would love to be able to help that growth.”
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Williams said she wants the city to grow, prosper, and become more diverse after serving in several capacities in the city government.
“I would like to be a part of being the best that we can be in this city,” she said. (I) love West Point.”
Bandy, the final candidate, said he got his first job with the city of West Point.
“I love my city and I want serve,” Bandy said.
The open council position was formerly held by Benjamin Wilcox, who stepped down from his seat on Jan. 14 after accepting the position of West Point municipal court assistant judge.