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LeaAnn Saul announced Friday, February 21st. her decision to run in Cedar Falls City Council at-Large special election decided March 24th, 2020.

Bureaucrats are running the city council. There needs to be immediate changes to senior city staff instead of our police and firefighters.

“It’s time for smart leadership that truly listens to the people they represent,” LeaAnn stated about her decision to run. “It’s time for what the city of Cedar Falls needs, not the opinions and pet projects of the city council. Life, health, safety and preservation of property should be a top priority for this council. I will bring such representation and leadership to this council, and to the people of Cedar Falls.”

LeaAnn and her husband Greg Saul are lifelong residents of Cedar Falls. Both have worked in insurance since the early ’80s, starting Professional Insurance Planners and Consultants, or PIPAC, a health insurance brokerage company serving 1,000 independent insurance agents in Iowa and South Dakota. In 2004, they built the PIPAC Centre on the Lake on Technology Parkway in the Cedar Falls Industrial Park to accommodate community, business and private events. It has since been sold. She is a past board chair of Cedar Falls Community Main Street, and currently serves on the planning and zoning board of Cedar Falls.

Author: Press Release