JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – John Bradberry, a small business owner and community activist, won the Post 3 seat on the Johns Creek City Council.
Bradberry defeated challenger Vicki Horton in the Dec. 5 runoff election for the seat currently held by Cori Davenport who did not seek reelection.
The founder of Preserve Johns Creek, Bradberry campaigned on a platform to protect the quality of life within the city and maintain the spirit that surrounded the city’s founding 10 years ago. Those issues include stemming the tide of high-density development and seeking other solutions for traffic management without widening Ga. 141.
The Post 3 race originally drew three candidates. Bradberry and Horton were the top finishers in the Nov. 7 General Election, outpolling challenger Mark Venco.
Bradberry joins incumbent council members Leonard Zaprowski and Stephanie Endres who also won reelection this fall. Mayor Mike Bodker, whose lone opponent dropped out of the race early, also won his bid for reelection.
Johns Creek is in the early stages of consolidating all its services at a new municipal complex. Earlier this year, the city purchased a building on Lakefield Drive in Technology Park that will house all its departments, including City Hall, Public Safety and Municipal Court.