Council Candidate: Duane Post running for re-election in District of Kent

District of Kent: Post, Duane - Council Candidate

  • Oct. 16, 2014 3:00 p.m.

Hi, my name is Duane Post and I am running for re-election to the District of Kent council as one of the four councillors. First of all thank you all for the support and confidence that you have given me over this last term. It has been an honour to serve you and our community over the last three years.

I am born and raised here in Agassiz, and am married almost 25 years to my wife Cindy, we three children, Tyler, who works with us on our farm which we own and operate alongside

with my brother Calvin and his wife Lora and children. Next is Laura who is a second year UFV student and a Life Guard in Mission and Harrison. Megan is our third child and she is in grade 9 at Unity, you may have seen her this summer selling corn in the local Sparkes Corn Barn.

I have always remembered the residents and taxpayers of Kent during my first term as councillor and will continue to do that if re-elected. I have supported local business and I will work on their behalf in a way that allows them to not only survive but to thrive. Thriving business =a thriving community.

On November 15 re-elect for Councillor Duane Post.

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