Dan Duncan for Fraser Lake city council

Dan Duncan is running for Fraser Lake city councillor

  • Oct. 27, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Fraser Lake: Duncan, Dan – councillor candidate

The Village of Fraser Lake has an aging population and it is very important for Mayor and Council to put a concerted effort towards ensuring that those individuals continue to enjoy residing in our community and don’t feel the need to leave our town. Fraser Lake needs more Seniors’ Housing and some public transportation.

Throughout my six years of experience as a Councillor, I have created strong relationships between myself and all members of the community. I believe I am a strong, vibrant member of this community and I have continued to build on my relationships ever since moving to Fraser Lake in 1993.  Aside from that, my level of commitment to the position and my desire to see Fraser Lake reach higher potential makes me a great candidate for councillor.

My family however is without a doubt the most important thing there is to me.  Having the confidence of others and them having faith in my integrity and my ability is also extremely important to me.

 

 

 

 

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