Aresident of Spring Hill for 15 years, I was raised in Murray, Kentucky, and graduated from Murray State University. I've been married to John H. Gregg since 1982. We lived for a short time in Clarksville and since then have lived in Nashville and Franklin before moving to Spring Hill..
Professionally, I am president of Publishing & Marketing Solutions, Inc., which publishes Nashville House & Home & Garden™ magazine for consumers and Baby & Children's Product News™ magazine, which targets owners of juvenile retail businesses. I have a B.S. degree in history and journalism.
I have watched Spring Hill grow and have worked to see that its path is true to the wishes and for the benefit of the residents. I was involved in the movement for redistricting Spring Hill so that voter representation was equalized. I worked for the Spring Hill Hospital. I fought against the crematorium in the center of our downtown area and we achieved the strongest restrictions on a crematorium in Tennessee.
I am running as a citizen. I don't wish to use a position as Alderman as a jumping off point for a political career. I want to serve my community and see that the values we share continue to be expressed by the Alderman from Ward 2.
As a small business owner, I share the concerns of many Spring Hill business persons, and understand the necessity for fiscal responsibility.
I favor an historic overlay to protect our historic areas—battlefield and downtown.
I support the roadway impact fees now being discussed by the city so that new construction, both residential and business, can make a modest contribution to solving our transportation issues. The fees being discussed will leave Spring Hill very competitive when compared to our neighboring cities and give us an opportunity to catch up on some much needed infrastructure.
I have earned the respect of many of my fellow residents of Spring Hill as I have spoken out on numerous issues of concern to residents of Spring Hill. I am humbled to say that outgoing Alderman Eliot Mitchell and others support my candidacy.