“It’s time to concentrate on long-term solutions for Niagara residents instead of long-term careers for Niagara politicians.,” Niagara Region’s Chair and St. Catharines Regional Council Candidate Al Caslin
An Announcement from the Campaign of Niagara Regoinal Chair Al Caslin, Running for a Regional Council Seat in the City of St. Catharines
Posted October 1st, 2018 on Niagara At Large
Today (October 1st), Alan Caslin announced the second part of his plan to get Niagara politics back on track. In addition to too many politicians, Niagara has too many career politicians. Caslin is seeking re-election as a Regional Councillor in the City of St. Catharines building on four years of serving as Niagara’s Regional Chair.
Today (October 1st), Caslin released the following statement:
“It’s time to concentrate on long-term solutions for Niagara residents instead of long-term careers for Niagara politicians.
The frantic art of career politicians constantly working for re-election is a recipe for disaster. I support three term term-limits for Niagara’s elected officials because less is more.
I will submit this position to the Minister of Municipal Affairs during the upcoming municipal review and would welcome your feedback in support of this plan.
Niagara residents are looking for elected officials that are in office to support their communities and look beyond their own special interests and short-term symbolic gestures aimed at re-election.”
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