PARKLAND, FL- On Friday afternoon, Ken Cutler was re-elected unopposed for Parkland Commissioner District 3. This will be Cutler's second 4-year term.
"I am humbled and grateful to this community for allowing me to serve you for another 4 years," shared Cutler.
Cutler was born and raised in Hollywood, Florida. He graduated from Hollywood Hills High School, the University of Florida, and Nova Law School. Cutler has been practicing law at the state and federal level since 1986. Ken and his wife Sharon moved to Parkland in 1997 and raised their family here. Their children attended Riverglades Elementary School, Westglades Middle School and Marjory Stoneman Dougas High School. Sharon is a teacher at Stoneman Douglas.
Cutler has been involved with the community since moving to Parkland. He has been devoted to the growth and development of the Parkland Library since 1998 when he first joined Parkland Friends of the Library. Cutler has also been a member of the Parkland Historical Society and through his research has helped bring the history of Parkland to its residents.
Commissioner Cutler is excited and ready to represent the residents of Parkland and continue working to make Parkland a better place to live.
"My pledge is to continue to try to make decisions that are made with the health, safety and welfare of all concerned and to strive to continue to make Parkland the very best it can be," said Cutler.