Wednesday, February 19, 2014
By KEN BRADLEY - Staff Writer
Rocky Mount Town Councilman Bobby Cundiff announced Monday night that he will seek another four-year term on town council in the May 6 municipal election.
Cundiff retired with over 42 years of retail business management experience.
Cundiff said he is seeking re-election because "I'd like to continue being a fiscal conservative voice on council, work on the issues, especially water and sewer, continue to meet our commitments and eliminate debt."
Prior to being elected four years ago to serve on council, Cundiff served as a town councilman from 1994-1998.
From 1972 to 1995, Cundiff owned and managed the Western Auto Store and Tru-Value Hardware. He also has owned and managed rental properties.
In Rocky Mount, three town council seats, held by Cundiff, Jerry Greer and Bobby Moyer, are up for election on May 6. Greer and Moyer have indicated that they will seek re-election, but they have not made official announcements.
The deadline to file to run for mayor or one of the three seats on council is March 4 by 7 p.m.