Andria McClellan is running for Norfolk City Council’s superward 6 seat. On Tuesday, October 27 from 5:30 – 7:30pm she will hold a Meet & Greet at Guads. Please attend and tell Andria what she can do for Wards Corner!
The full invitation is below:
Earlier this month, I announced that I am running for Norfolk City Council’s Superward 6 seat. My reason to run is quite simple – I love Norfolk. It is an amazing place to live, work and raise a family. I love our history, our diversity, our unique neighborhoods and our urban core. Mike and I chose to move our young family to Norfolk more than a decade ago, and I can’t imagine living anywhere else. But I am concerned that more families, individuals and companies aren’t making the choice to call Norfolk home.
On the City Council, I will work to enhance our parks, bike paths and walking trails; activate our waterways; and, support our great cultural offerings. I want to return our Norfolk public schools to the nationally-recognized education system it once was, so that more families move to Norfolk – and not leave it — to raise their children. I will work to ensure that Norfolk is the best city in Hampton Roads in which to do business by supporting local business and attracting new ones – bringing both jobs and economic prosperity to our community. I want to create regional and actionable strategies to better address our flooding, so we can enjoy living with the water instead of being threatened by it.
Ultimately, I want to help create a city in which my three sons will want to raise their own families someday. And I want to work with you, my fellow citizens, community leaders, and supporters, to make this a reality.
I’d like to invite members of the community to join me at a Meet & Greet event on Tuesday, October 27th from 5:30pm-7:30pm at Guad’s on Granby. [This is free and open to the public, and it is not a fundraiser.]
I will share my vision for Norfolk, and I want to hear what issues matter most to you, your families and your businesses.
You can learn more about me and my campaign on my website, www.andriafornorfolk.com. You can sign up under the “News & Events” section of the website or via our Facebook event page.
I hope to see you on October 27th!