MASON CITY – At-Large City Councilman and Mayor Pro Tem, Paul Adams, has announced he will seek a second term on the City Council in Mason City.
“Serving on the City Council in Mason City is a tremendous honor. I’m very grateful that the wonderful citizens of our community have placed their trust in me. But I always remember that I work for them. Their continued support is essential, as I very much wish to continue serving them”, Adams said.
Mason City has seen job creation in the form of existing business expansion and has attracted new industry. This economic growth along with numerous projects and amenities designed to enhance the quality of life, and increase public safety in the community during Adams’ tenure include:
- Over $125,000,000 in new industry and existing business expansion that will create over 120 new jobs in Mason City
- Leveraged over $3,500,000 in property improvements to homes and businesses in the downtown and corridor areas of the City through a revolving loan program
- Multi-Purpose Arena on schedule to be completed by the end of 2019 that will help in repurpose and revitalize Southbridge Mall
- Partnering with Talon Development who is constructing a housing complex that will provide over 130 new, high quality apartment units and townhouses
- Progress on adding new trails throughout the community, including the High Line Trail which is now under construction
- Flood prevention efforts in response to the flood of 2018 that include flood prevention efforts in the parts of the city as well as replacing and repairing infrastructure throughout the city
“My fellow Council members, our Mayor, City Administrator and dedicated, professional City Staff have worked diligently and efficiently to prepare Mason City for continued success; this will help us to maintain our positive momentum”, Adams added, “for years in the future.”.
Adams, 35, is a Client Service Manager with Principal in Mason City. He and his wife, Emily, have three young children. He was first elected to the City Council in 2016, after defeating seven candidates to win a runoff election.