Council Member Briggs

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Photo Credit: Wesley Kirk, The Vision Beautiful, for the City of Denton

My name is Keely G. Briggs and I am the Council Member representing District 2 in the Great City of Denton, Texas.

How I make decisions.  There are many challenges and opportunities facing the City of Denton.  My decision making will be based on the following tests:

  1. Is this decision good for people?  People are my highest priority.  ALL PEOPLE of any race, creed, age, income, gender, or sexual orientation.  Hands down without exception.
  2. Is this decision good for business?  I believe in and support our businesses.  I want Denton to be a place where businesses and ideas continue to grow and thrive.  But businesses must not violate the quality of our lives, and businesses should seek to integrate with our community and our culture.  Bad actors are not welcome.  Our community and our neighborhoods are too precious.
  3. How will this decision impact citizens four generations from now?  Short term gains must prove out to be sustainable choices.  I intend to see my grandchildren playing in our parks, walking on our streets, and sitting in our classrooms.  I believe it is our duty to leave Denton a better place than we found it.

I am humbled and honored to serve District 2 and the City of Denton.  You can reach me at:

Keely.Briggs@cityofdenton.com

Cell: 940-453-8377

Denton City Council Home: https://www.cityofdenton.com/government/city-officials/city-council

 

 

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District 2 Conversations:  Keely hosts community meetings on the third Sunday of each month (holidays permitting) at the Denton North Branch Library.  Topics range from public safety, roads, utilities, environment, historic preservation, economic development, workforce housing, homelessness, taxes, budgeting, and more.  The image above is from November 2016 where the topic was Domestic Violence in Denton with a panel of experts from the Denton Police Department and Denton County Friends of the Family.  Sign up for the Engage D2 Newsletter to stay up to date on future District 2 Conversations.

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At the MLK Memorial in D.C. “Strength to Love” – 1963

Political advertising paid for by Keely G. Briggs Campaign, Chris Briggs Treasurer. All Rights Reserved.

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