Three of the Fourteen 2019 Bills Highlighted by the
Arizona Republic Newspaper Were Kavanagh Bills
Rep. John Kavanagh
Kavanagh led the charge to end noise, litter, parking and other neighborhood disruptions by short-term home rentals.
He will continue the fight in 2020.
Check out my video explaining the short-term rental issue by clicking here.
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Kavanagh for State Representative
16038 E. Seminole Lane,
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268
Kavanagh worked with the Humane societies to increase the penalties for extreme animal abuse.
Next year he will work on an animal abuser online registry.
When it was discovered that it was legal to deface and remove some campaign signs, Kavanagh changed the law to end dirty campaign tactics.
About John Kavanagh
John Kavanagh was born and raised in New York City. He graduated from Christ the King High School and received a BA degree from NYU, an MA degree from St. John's University in Government and a PhD from Rutgers University in Criminal Justice. John is a retired Port Authority of NY & NJ Police detective sergeant and a retired college professor and criminal justice program director at Scottsdale Community College. He is married to Linda Kavanagh, former mayor of Fountain Hills. They have two grown children, one grandchild and two cats. Linda is a board member of the Fearless Kitty Rescue.
John has served 13 years in the state legislature, both in the House and Senate. He also served for 6 years on the Fountain Hills, AZ town council and 3 years on the Lafayette, N.J. town council. He has also been a member of numerous commissions and service organizations. John is also a veteran.
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