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Heather and Allen Hall, Spring Hill TN

“A fiscal conservative that advocates for an informed and participatory community. No special interests, no personal political aspirations, no agenda… except for what is in the best interest of Spring Hill citizens.”

Becky and Eliot Mitchell, Spring Hill TN

“In the 15 years Nanci has lived in Spring Hill, she has been a loud voice defending the interests of the RESIDENTS of Spring Hill. She has been a persistent presence at City Hall meetings and clearly understands the issues facing Spring Hill.

As a small business owner, Nanci understands the value of "business friendly policies," but she also recognizes that residential quality of life MUST be the priority. Nanci has been and will continue to be an intelligent advocate for the Citizens of Spring Hill. Becky and I are excited to support Nanci, because her priorities are the families of this city and she will defend their interests while being the voice of their concerns.

Nanci understands the difference between SMART GROWTH and dumb development.”

David Huebner, Teacher / President, Wyngate Estates HOA

“Nanci Gregg has been an active and energetic leader in Spring Hill for many years. Nanci wants to ensure that not only our infrastructure, especially roads, are secure for our continued growth, but that we begin to think of extending Saturn Parkway to the other side of I65, where much future growth will occur. She will also be a partner with the City in strong and responsible management of our growing budget. I endorse Ms. Gregg for Alderman and know she will provide leadership, vision, and substantive ideas to move Spring Hill forward.”

Paula Wood, RN, Spring Hill TN

“Nanci Gregg has been a tireless crusader for better government in Spring Hill. She has often been the lone citizen representative to BOMA meetings, Planning Commission or Zoning Commission meetings who would alert fellow citizens of the need for immediate civic involvement. I am sure if you waded through reams of countless minutes of meetings Nanci Gregg's comments would speak volumes of her desire to make Spring Hill a better place for all of us to live.”