Alderman-at-Large Gerald Steen Announced Today that he will Seek the Office of District 3 Supervisor

February 8th, 2011

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Ridgeland’s Alderman-at-Large Gerald Steen announced today that he will seek the office of District 3 Supervisor.

Steen stated, “It has been a privilege to serve as Ridgeland’s Alderman-at-Large for the past fourteen years, one that has granted me the knowledge and experience that is now encouraging me to look forward, and represent District 3 and Madison County.”

Steen continued, “After being a public servant I know it is imperative that we adjust our approach to improve District 3. Working together, I believe we can better position District 3 and Madison County for growth, while continuing to protect our citizens and home values.”

Steen maintained, “It is especially important to unify District 3, and I feel confident that citizens will see what my candidacy is—policy versus politics. It is time we find solutions, not excuses, to our problems so that our County can progress. And, it is my belief, that more taxes will not provide those solutions to the place we all call home.”

Steen added, “It takes a leader to accomplish the vision set out for our county; a leader that can effectively join everyone together to achieve success. I, along with the Board of Aldermen and Mayor Gene McGee carried out the plans in our city as we developed the Master Plan for the City of Ridgeland, Highland Colony Parkway, Old Town area and Freedom Ridge Park.”

Steen concluded, “I strongly believe that the government should be managed with sound business principles, and it is of utmost importance to appropriate taxpayer dollars to the needs of District 3.”

Prior management and supervisor positions have shaped Steen into the leader he is today. During his time in office, Steen was responsible for assisting and implementing a rental housing policy and the necessary widening of East County Line Road to five lanes from Pear Orchard to Old Canton, creating an easier commute. In addition, Steen has played a major role in the plans to widen Lake Harbour from a three-lane road to five.

Steen has a pristine record of fiscal responsibility as he and his colleagues continue to effectively manage a multi-million dollar budget for the City of Ridgeland.

Steen is currently employed at Victory Marketing, where he is responsible for budgets, goals for district leaders, operation of 22 convenient stores, 250 employees and the maintenance of all stores.

Steen is a life-long Mississippi resident born in Attala County and a graduate of Ethel High School. He attended Holmes Junior College and has lived in Madison County for the past 25 years.

Steen is a member of the First Baptist Church of Ridgeland, where he has served as a deacon and is an affiliate of Gideon’s International.

Steen is married to the former Linda Auttonberry, and together they parent two sons and two daughters.

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