Pulaski To Run For Mandeville Council

MANDEVILLE, LA – Michael Pulaski has announced his candidacy for the District II seat on the Mandeville City Council in the March 2016 election.

         Pulaski, 70, is a retired attorney and longtime resident of the district. Pulaski is a member of the Mandeville Historic District Preservation Commission and is president of the Mariners Island Condo Association and the Mariners Village Master Association. He and his wife, Cathy, have been married for 33 years and are members of First Baptist Church of Covington.

         "I'm excited to offer myself to public service," Pulaski said. "Our city faces many issues in coming years. The proposed development of the Port Marigny project at the Pre-Stressed site in District II will need thorough oversight to ensure our quality of life is protected. Living as we all do on the edge of Lake Pontchartrain, flood and hurricane protection will always require attention. And our place as the jewel of the Northshore means growth management, crime prevention and intergovernmental relations will always be important. I have the experience, the dedication and the ability to give this post my full-time attention, and hope the voters will look favorably on my candidacy this winter."

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         Pulaski attended the U.S. Air Force Academy and LSU. In addition to his law degree, he holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, and a master's degree in nuclear engineering. 

         He is a lifelong Republican.


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