Polly Singer Eardley
City Council, Georgetown, KY
Polly Singer Eardley 2017
Ladies on the Georgetown City Council with Mayor Prather
Visit the City of Georgetown’s Web Page
View Council Meetings on Youtube
The Council with Senator Thayer
Riding in the Fire Parade with my Council friends
Georgetown Fire Department celebrates new ISO rating, which will save taxpayers money.
With part of the team at the Toyota Anniversary event.
Accepting an award from the KLC. Level 1 Achievement in City Government.
Chief Bosse accepts another award.
Country Boy Ground Breaking
Sister City Event at Yuko En Garden
Getting Sworn In, December 2014.
Picking up trash downtown on Earth Day. With me is fellow council member Millie Conway.
Touring the Center of Town with fellow Council Member Marvin Thompson.
At the Swearing In with Mayor Tom Prather
Georgetown Clean-Up Day
Meeting with Agricultural Commissioner Quarles, Senator Thayer and other elected officials.
A huge thank you to the City of Georgetown for electing me to serve on City Council. I am honored to serve. I was appointed by Mayor Prather to serve on the Police, Interlocal and Downtown Main Street Committees. I also served on the 2016 Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee, Chairman of the Neighborhood and Urban Form Subcommittee.
Georgetown is a great place to live, but we can make it even better. As the fast growing city in the state, we have our work cut out for us. Balancing growth, working towards curbside recycling, confronting traffic problems and preserving our historic areas is key to a vibrant community.
My qualifications include:
- ✓ Small business owner of Polly Singer Couture Hats, based in Georgetown, selling hats nationally
- ✓ Management Experience with Non Profits – Former Executive Director of the Lexington Art League
- ✓ Experience working at major international corporations such as Sony and Toyota
- ✓ Graduated with honors from Hollins College with a B.A. in Political Science
- ✓ Interned on Capitol Hill in the Seventh District Congressional Office
- ✓ Worked with different groups as a volunteer
I often get asked why I decided to run for City Council. Many reasons, but the number one reason is that I truly love Georgetown and care about what happens to our community. My experience as a small business owner, working for large international corporations (Sony and Toyota) and managing non profits, gives me many different skill sets. I can tell you that running an arts non profit makes you think on your feet and watch every dime that comes in and goes out. Working at large corporations makes you adept to changing environments and working with a team. Managing a small business often means writing checks to everyone but yourself. You have to keep your word to clients, employees and guarantee a product.
As a member of the Georgetown City Council, I will bring professionalism, honesty and ethics to my position. The citizens of Georgetown deserve the very best.
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