Kennith C. Mount
Kennith Mount is serving his fourth term as councilman for District 2. Kennith was born in Andalusia. He grew up in Brantley, Alabama, and attended Brantley schools. Kennith graduated from Auburn University in 1967, with a B. S. degree in Agricultural Education. Kennith earned his Masters in Education Administration from Auburn University at Montgomery in 1974.
Kennith was employed in the education sector from 1968 until 2005 when he retired from teaching agriscience at Andalusia High School for 31 years. Since his retirement with the school system, Kennith has worked with the State of Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries, worked for Andalusia Farmers Coop. and Pacers.
Kennith has two children, Scott and Katie. Scott and his wife, Heather have two boys, Ellis and Addison, who currently attend Auburn School System. Katie and her husband, Scott Kirby live in Mobile, Alabama with their two children, Carnes and Libby, who attend St. Paul’s School in Mobile.
Kennith’s hobbies include hunting, fishing, and gardening.
His professional, civic and business involvements include:
- Southeast Gas Board
- Hedge Committee for Southeast Gas
- Covington County Cattlemen’s Association
- Elder, First Presbyterian Church of Andalusia
- Community Enhancement Committee, City of Andalusia
- Southeast Alabama Regional Planning & Development Commission Board
- PACERS – A nonprofit organization that builds and install hydroponic greenhouses, agriculture, and solar programs in rural Alabama school.
- Education must be one of our top priorities.
- We need to make sure our city is economically sound.
- We must work to expand job opportunities while supporting existing businesses.
- We must think of Andalusia as "our city," not "my city," and work together to improve our city.
- We must continue to clean up our city by removing dilapidated buildings and continue to beautify our city.