From Bryan Spears, NCA Founder:

From Bryan Spears, NCA Founder:
When NCA formed about 4 years ago it was clear to us who started the grassroots movement, we were facing a steep learning curve. We looked for others who had tackled similar challenges. Enter Kim Frazier, founder of one of the most successful community awareness groups ever to be established in Knoxville. Kim and her team members had already spent countless hours researching zoning and getting to know local government officials – in order to help craft smart plans for the explosive growth going in Hardin Valley.
Over the years Kim has been instrumental in helping many other organizations like NCA get up to speed quickly. Now she has decided to use that knowledge to help homeowners all across Knox County by running for County Commission At Large.
She has put together some info about her ideas and accomplishments and asked us to share it with you. Since one of the core values of NCA is to help our constituents maximize their vote through awareness and education we are sharing her information. We hope that you will take time to review it and see how her thoughts compare to yours.
The election is in May 2022. Over the next few months we hope you’ll research all of the prospective candidates, and we’ll continue to do our best to provide as much information as we can too.
From Kim Frazier:
Just a quick note to let you know that my pursuit to serve as your At Large (county wide) Commissioner Seat 11 continues and we are asking for your support!
First I care about what is important to you. Please take a moment and complete a quick survey that will provide me some insight into the visions and needs of your community.
Next – Your small financial contribution will help us broaden the message of community, connection and commitment.
As we look to officially kick off our efforts this Fall, your investment will better prepare us to the reach the people and places in every corner of our county!
I would be so grateful for your prayers and support.
Let’s connect Knox County! In service, Kim Ingram Frazier