After 16 years of involvement as foreman of parks and playgrounds in the City of Kirkland in Montreal’s West Island, Donald Andrews announced his candidacy as municipal councilor in Saddlebrook, District 7 of downtown St.
Originally from Nova Scotia, Don Andrews initially announced his candidacy in English-only social networks on August 29 and corrected the situation after an initial call on Tuesday. neomedia. « That was a mistake. It is now available in French », he points out.
The candidate, the owner of a computer company in Montreal, wanted to rejoin a municipal administration since he had left Kirkland for Saint-Lazare eight years earlier. ” There are some things I don’t like here like infrastructure and I want to change them. There are many things I can give to Saint-Lazare “, he admits.
Among the issues that concern him the most, water supply is one of his priorities. He sees federal elections, although they are municipal and provincial jurisdictions, as an opportunity to be heard as a region. “ It’s time for all the mayors and councilors of each city in the area to ask for money. Andrews says.
The latter also intends to work on repairs to the parks, specifically to offer safe play modules for children, or even a collection of branches by purchasing suitable equipment such as shredders. “ It’s Not Just To Save Money, But To Time He says.
The candidate eventually wants to redo some roads in his neighborhood that he considers dangerous.
Mr Andrews was a member of the Kirkland Traffic and Urban Planning Committee, as well as a baseball and hockey coach and municipal minor hockey president. He has also been involved as a volunteer in recent years.
Until election day on November 7, he says he is listening to the concerns and objectives of citizens for the development of Saint-Lazare.
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