During that conversation, Means touched on an array of topics – including job creation and preservation in northeast Alabama – citing Goodyear, Keystone and KTH among others – as examples of businesses that have provided good jobs even in bad times – and in some cases are looking to expand.
He also spoke on changes that have occurred in the political climate over the past few years and what prompted him to return to the field of state politics:
Discussion was also given to bringing new business into the District and the dire need for improvements in infrastructure across the area – as a means of enticing companies to come into the region.
Means also summed up his philosophy in regard to being a public servant:
Means served in the Alabama State Senate from 1998 until 2010, and also served as Mayor of Attalla from 1992 – 1998, prior to reclaiming that position, which he currently holds.
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