Meet the Candidates: Mark Reid

Village of Montrose: Reid, Mark – Councillor Candidate

  • Oct. 23, 2014 9:00 a.m.

I am asking for your votes to become a member of Montrose Council.

Having grown up in Montrose, buying a house here, and raising a family of my own, I still to this day fully understand how much this community has done for me, and helped to shape the person I am today.

I am 32 years old, have a beautiful wife of four years, and two wonderful daughter age 2 and 8 months. I have been an electrician with Teck Cominco for nine years and a volunteer fireman in Montrose for over 10 years.

As far as I am concerned, I would like to see some fresh faces on council to re-vitalize the community. With new families moving in, help them realize how wonderful this place is to raise their children with the help of great neighbours.

With Montrose I have never had any issues as of yet, and would like the opportunity to keep that going any way I can by listening to anyone that approaches me with ideas, and to try my best to get answers and results for them.

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