Elton Dean

Montgomery Co. Commission Unveils New Elton N. Dean, Sr. Park

West Montgomery added some fun things to do for you and your family. On Monday, Nov. 9, the Montgomery county commission held the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Elton N. Dean, Sr. Park located in West Montgomery. The 15-acre park includes a five-acre pond, playground, pavilions, and an overlook. “There’s no other park like this in Montgomery Alabama,” says…

Chamber Foundation To Offer Relief for Small Businesses Affected by Pandemic

River Region leaders are stepping in to support our small businesses affected by the coronavirus. “We’re all in this together. And we realize that small businesses are the backbone of the communities,” Chamber Foundation Chairman Willie Durham said. The Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce ‘s Chamber Foundation– along with city and county officials– have created the Recover Together Small Business…

Elton Dean, Montgomery Mayoral Candidate, Concedes

At about 8:30 p.m., Montgomery mayoral candidate and current Montgomery County Commission Chairman, Elton Dean, stepped outside of his headquarters on Lexington Road to announce he was conceding. He was joined with his wife and youngest son, saying in part about the runoff on October 8th, “I would tell them to come out and vote because you know, they need…

County Commission Chairman Elton Dean Discusses Decision to Run For Montgomery Mayor

In a video message posted to social media Tuesday, Montgomery County Commissioner Elton Dean  proudly announced his bid fro Montgomery Next Mayor. Dean is the first to announce his candidacy do far. When asked about his decision to enter the race he told Alabama Network Wednesday,  that he became serious about running after his wife’s death last year. “I always contemplated…

Next Step in Push for Added Montgomery School Funding

property tax increase under consideration

Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange and Montgomery County Commission President Elton Dean are working together to win passage of a proposed 6 mill property tax increase for the Montgomery Public School System. The increase will have to be approved by County voters, and Dean says that vote could take place in May. It would be the only item on the ballot…