Monday, May 30, 2022

I’m running for mayor because we need to work together for a better Langley City!

I'm excited to announce that I'll be running for Mayor of Langley City in the upcoming fall municipal election.

As a senior manager of operations for a large retailer and over my two terms as a city councillor, I know that we get the most done when we work together. And we have a lot we need to get done in Langley City, a community that I'm proud to call home.

Like every great community, we have our share of challenges. We must improve community safety, take meaningful action on reducing homelessness, build more affordable housing, mitigate the impacts of climate change-induced flooding, and enhance our greenspace.

With SkyTrain coming to our community, we are at a critical crossroads in Langley City. To move forward in a positive direction, we must work together with our federal and provincial government partners and local community leaders.

As a leader, I work best when collaborating with others. I will continue to work with residents, the business community, other elected representatives, and community organizations to get things done.

I look forward to sharing more about my vision for Langley City in the coming months and how I plan to work together with others to move this vision forward.

Let's make Langley City the place to be!

PS: A mayoral campaign costs $24,434.63 in Langley City. If you are interested in donating, you can write a cheque or use a credit card. Under BC law, you can donate up to $1,250.

Mailing Address:
Nathan Pachal Election Fund
16 - 19631 55A Ave
Langley, BC V3A 0L5

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