Kevin Morrow, 37, an insurance agent, knew he wanted to run for Town Council the minute he heard incorporation was on the ballot. "I want to help ensure that we will have a responsible government in place," he said.
He has lived in Alamo the last 30 years. "I was a Boy Scout, graduated from high school here, and know the town intimately," he said. "I have a vested interest in the future of Alamo."
Morrow said he knows about getting things done on a limited budget, both in his job and in his personal life, and that his character is one of the best things he would bring to the council. "Responsibility is the key for me," he said.
He was against incorporation in the beginning but the more he learns, the more it looks feasible. "I believe we are going to incorporate and I want to make sure we're responsible," he said. "Alamo is limited in size and I want to make sure we don't bite off more than we can chew." He has found residents concerned about raising taxes and wants to make sure this isn't necessary.
He started a hauling business with his brothers when he was 13 and said, "I know how businesses succeed." He said the priority for the council will be the General Plan to be used for a solid plan of action.
More about the candidate
Attended Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and the California Maritime Academy in Vallejo. Works as an insurance agent with licenses in fire/casualty with State of California. Has received public speaking awards; named Student of the Month by Alamo Rotary.