Election 2014: David Davis seeks re-election to Langley Township council

Township of Langley: Davis, David - council candidate: Fourth-generation farmer backs the ALR.

  • Oct. 22, 2014 3:00 p.m.

David Davis is running for re-election to Langley Township council.

Dairy farmer David Davis is seeking re-election to Langley Township council.

He is independent, transparent, and a strong advocate for saving farmland, and says his voting record shows it.

He is a fourth-generation dairy farmer and along with his wife, five children, and father still farm the same land his great-grandfather first farmed in the Township of Langley over 130 years ago.

“I am running for Township council to ensure Langley remains a wonderful place to live, work, and raise your family,” he says.

Issues he plans to work on if elected are:

-Well-managed growth of our communities, with an emphasis on consultation and communication with Langley residents;

– A transportation plan that will meet the needs of our municipality now and into the future, which includes properly planned roads and parking;

– Sound and careful management of our tax dollars;

– Solving public safety issues;

– The long awaited pool for the citizens of Aldergrove; and

– The preservation of farmland.

“I will continue to talk to the people of Langley. I will continue to listen to the people of Langley. I will continue to represent the people of Langley,” he says.

For more information, feel free to contact him at home,  604-888-1402; email him at davistead@shaw.ca or visit his website at https://www.david-davis.ca.

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