Ken Sage announces run for an Arroyo Grande Council seat
July 11, 2016
Ken Sage, a 16-year resident of Arroyo Grande, announced his candidacy for the Arroyo Grande City Council on Sunday.
In his announcement, Sage said his top priorities include economic development; water planning; transportation; and enhanced communications between community members, the AG City Council, and businesses.
This year, the council seats belonging to Councilwoman Kristen Barneich and Councilman Jim Guthrie are up for grabs. Barneich has announced she is running for another term while Guthrie said he does not plan to seek reelection.
Mayor Jim Hill is also running for reelection
Sage’s work history includes 10 years as a department manager for AT&T, 10 years as a small business owner and manager of a retail art gallery and 17 years providing business management consulting for medical practices.
Sage also served on the SLO County Grand Jury in 2014 and 2015. He is currently a Habitat for Humanity volunteer and a member of the Arroyo Grande Traffic Commission Board.
Sage can be reached at KenSage4AG@Gmail.com or at (805) 235-5010.