THANK YOU KEN FOR YOUR DEDICATION TO GLOUCESTER AND FOR ALL YOUR OUTSTANDING GOOD WORK AND GREAT INITIATIVES.
Ken writes, “It has been and will continue to be a great honor to serve through the end of the year as Gloucester’s Ward 2 City Councilor. Today I am announcing my withdrawal from the race for that office. I have learned that setting a vision, identifying goals and executing towards a vision is something that gives me great personal joy especially when combined with what is good for Gloucester.
Be it the lights in the trees on Main Street, the holiday storefront decorating contest, the Wheelhouse Co-Working space or the West End Artist Studios, These have all brought great joy to me and I hope have been good for the city.
So the plan is to sharpen the focus and to work on great initiatives for the city and for particular non profits going forward. To bring more energy to these, not less.
Please have a look at the attached letter.
I want to sincerely thank all of the people who have supported me both in campaigning and while in office. Together I feel we have and will continue to make positives strides in the community that we love.
I will be in office through the end of the year and we have a lot to do so let’s keep going! And on January 1, and beyond let’s keep cranking!”