Suwannee Democrat


February 12, 2014

Frank Davis seeks District 4 Live Oak City Council Seat

Live Oak —

Frank Davis announced this week that he will be a candidate to represent District 4 on the Live Oak City Council. Davis stated, “I am seeking this office because I believe in Live Oak and its future and want to play a role in providing leadership to improve the quality of life within our community.” He added, “We have a lot to offer, and it’s important that we keep the good, hard-working citizens that have and that make Live Oak unique and a great place to live.”

Davis would like to work with other members of the city council and citizens to develop a renewed vision for the city of Live Oak.

“Without a vision people, families, businesses or cities decline. We must attract new families and businesses to ensure our future prosperity,” Davis said. 

Davis possesses a strong conservative fiscal background and values and has experience working with others to develop and implement a vision.  

“My willingness to listen to other’s concerns, and my common sense approach to solving problems qualifies me to serve on the Live Oak City Council,” said Davis. “I make no promises except to listen, study the issues, work hard, and make the best informed decisions for all Live Oak citizens.”

Davis moved to Suwannee County in 1978 and served as the Suwannee County coordinator and zoning director. He also served as pastor/administrator of Melody Christian Center for 25 years. He is a member of the Florida Bar and is a certified family court mediator. 

“I look forward to working with the citizens of Live Oak during the campaign and encourage them to contact me with any comments and suggestions they might have as to how we can improve our city. I may be contacted at 386-362-8537, or at,” concluded Davis.

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