Renae Warren

Renae Warren is seeking a second term on the Arab City Council in the Place 2 position.

Municipal elections are scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 25. Qualifying begins in July.

“I am proud of what Mayor Bob Joslin and this city council have accomplished since November 2016,” she said. “A splash pad, disc golf course, new exercise and playground equipment were added to enhance our city park, and new equipment was purchased for our street, police and fire departments to enrich our city services.”

She also noted that the council worked with Arab Electric Cooperative to add new LED street lighting along U.S. 231 in town.

“Our city streets have continued to be paved and the first phase of our downtown redevelopment has been completed, just to touch on a few of the projects we have embarked upon this term,” Warren said. “We still have a lot to do to meet our goals and initiatives and I want to continue to be a part of this process.”

Warren said it has been her honor to serve as a member of the council.

“I care about Arab. I want to be involved with contributing and helping the city grow and prosper so my children and grandchildren, along with yours, will want to make Arab their home,” she said. “I hope I have earned the continued support of our citizens so I can help to ensure Arab remains a great place to call home.”

Warren said Arab’s future is bright.

“We have many important projects underway, which will have a positive effect on our city,” she said. “How could I walk away when so many exciting things are happening in Arab?”

Warren is a former assistant zoning administrator for the city of Arab.

“I received working knowledge and valued experience that will assist me in all decisions to be made on the council,” she said. “I worked in the Planning and Zoning Department for five years and supported other departments as needed.”

Warren and her husband, Vaughn, have been married nearly 30 years. They have two sons, Colby and Carson.

Warren is an active member of Arab Church of Christ.

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