City Council Members
Stacey Graus

sgraus@alexandriaky.org

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I am a practicing attorney in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. I chose to run for City Council in 1998 to effect a change in the direction of our city government. I have been involved in professional activities and remain involved with my children’s activities.

It has been a pleasure serving the citizens of Alexandria as a Council Member. I hope to continue the good work of city government so that our city will move forward and progress in a manner that enhances the quality of life for the residents of Alexandria.

Susan Vanlandingham
Scott Fleckinger

sfleckinger@alexandriaky.org

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I own and operate Community Car Care, an area business I started in 1988. I am a graduate of Campbell County High School, as is my wife Debbie and our son, Eric.

I have had the pleasure of working for great people in this area for over 30 years.  That is why I chose to run for City Council in 2006. I felt it was time to give something back to the community and want to see the City’s future planned in a proper manner. Thank you to everyone for the amazing support in the election, and I look forward to another two years, and then some!

Robert Simon

bob.simon@alexandriaky.org

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I am a 1970 graduate of Bishop Brossart High School and have been married to Shirley (Ross) for 36 years. We have four children and four grandchildren.

I have been a resident of Alexandria for over 40 years. I am the owner of Bob Simon Construction and have 40 years of construction experience.

I am proud to be on City Council and hope to make Alexandria a greater place to live.

Sue Neltner

sneltner@alexandriaky.org

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I am married to Rick Neltner and we have 4 children and 5 grandchildren.  I retired from teaching in 2013 where I taught Kindergarten for 19 years and Special Education for 9 years.

We own a small business in Alexandria, L & S Contractors, Inc. since 2003.

As a lifelong resident of Campbell County and a 15-year resident of Alexandria, I am grateful to be serving the City of Alexandria as a City Council Member and I hope I serve you well.

I would like to hear from you with your ideas, concerns or complaints, so please do not hesitate to call me at 859-240-4150 or email at sneltner@alexandriaky.org

 

Andrew Schabell

aschabell@alexandriaky.org

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I am married to Amanda Schabell, and together we have 3 wonderful children.  I am a 1996 graduate of Bishop Brossart High School. I graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a Bachelor’s degree in Police Administration in 2001. I volunteered with the Cold Spring/Crestview Volunteer Fire Department as both a firefighter and EMT from 1997-2002. I also serve on the home owner’s association board in my subdivision.

I am excited to serve the citizens of Alexandria as a city council member. As a lifelong resident of Campbell County, I have seen the evolution of our city from a small rural town to a thriving, active, suburban community. I believe that we are in the middle of a very important time of growth for our city. The decisions that we make today will have long reaching effects on all of us, and people that will look to move to Alexandria in the coming years. I feel that it is our duty as city council members to encourage the growth of our city, but also to manage it in a way that insures we have the resources available to maintain the high level of service that citizens now enjoy.

If you have any concerns or compliments, I would like to hear from you.  You can contact me on Facebook, through the city email aschabell@alexandriaky.org, or you can call my house 859-908-0899.  Thank you everyone for your support!