Welcome Letter from Mayor
Mayor and Council
Alison Gadoua (formerly Cook) has been serving the community as the Eastern District Councilwoman of Snow Hill since June of 2014. Originally from New Jersey, Alison moved to Snow Hill in 2008. Since July of 2000, she has been employed by The Firm of E. Martin Davidoff, Attorney at Law, a tax law firm, assisting in representation of their clients before the Internal Revenue Service and multiple state tax agencies. Alison’s two daughters, Haley and Kayla, attend Snow Hill’s incredible public schools.
Jenny Hall represents the Central District. She is from Snow Hill and has lived in the area her entire life. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Salisbury University and an Associate’s Degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling. Hall has worked in the restaurant industry for 29 years. For 10 years she worked as a Case Manager in Developmental Disabilities and 8 years as an Activity Director in Long Term Care Facilities.
God equips each of us with gifts to edify his kingdom. One of my gifts and passions in life is motivating and uplifting the community, most importantly the youth. Being a Youth Pastor at God’s Leading Church Transformation Ministry, I want the youth to see that you can be cool and still serve God. Being elected as Snow Hill City Council has given me the opportunity to utilize my gifts.
I have always had a heart for the people and the youth so this is the perfect way to pour into them. By stepping up, I am showing young people that we also have a voice. Working with the youth so closely, I can voice what they are crying out for in our city. Not only that, my desire is to see Snow Hill flourish with new businesses which in turn brings new jobs to the community. With this going hand in hand it also brings forth the opportunity also for home ownership
My favorite scripture is Galatians 6:9 which states, “And let us not be weary in well doing; for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” My goal is to let the youth and community know that the road may not always be easy, but they are not alone traveling on this journey. If we keep our eyes on God and do the right things, we will receive an overflow of blessings.
Council Meeting Schedule
Second Tuesday of each month – 7:00 pm at The Old Train Station on Belt Street
For Mayor and Council – first and last Tuesdays each month at 4:30 pm at the Train Station on Belt Street
Snow Hill General Election
The results for the polls are in for the General Election on May 7, 2019.
The polls show Gary Weber for Mayor; Melisa Weidner for Central Council; and LaToya Purnell for Western Council.
There are 31 absentee ballots to be counted, as well as 19 provisional ballots that have to be reviewed.
Official results will be posted once all absentee and provisional ballots have been counted.
Next Election Day
May 5, 2020
Offices for election
Mayor and Eastern District