Council Candidate: Earl Lehmann running in Corporation of the Village of Midway

Corporation of the Village of Midway: Lehmann, Earl – Council Candidate

Earl Lehmann

 

My name is Earl Lehmann and I wish to be your representative on our Village council.

I am a retired engineer, having been employed by the B.C. and Federal Governments for over 26 years. I also managed an apartment with my wife for a number of years in Abbotsford and after I “retired” I drove school bus for four years among many other things. I have volunteered as a Director in a salmon enhancement program in Abbotsford, with the Abbotsford Police Department as well as a volunteer teacher in a local school. My hobbies over the years have included farming and volunteering as a Prison Counselor. Being one of the founding directors of the Abbotsford Crime Prevention Society also found its way into my time schedule.

Since moving to Midway 7 years ago, I have come to love the Boundary Country and hate to see Midway die under the strains of today’s fast moving progress. I would like to see us move forward in a sustained but slow growth without losing our country atmosphere. I wish to go forward with the help of our people. We deserve to be well known as a stopping place for tourists. We need to advertise ourselves as the community people like to live, work and play in. We have so many amenities here.

I am a people person and am interested in representing your needs and desires for our Village and to be available for you at all times.

Please place your X by my name and I will work to make good things happen for us all.

Please remember to VOTE on November 15th and use your voice to choose the one you would like to represent YOU.

 

 

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