Meet your DC council candidates: David Griffith

David Griffith

Age: 34

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Occupation: Location Assistant for Richardson Pioneer

 

Tell us about yourself.

 I have recently purchased my grandfather’s property in the Farmington area. I spend a lot of my time cleaning up the property and developing it for the future. We are currently in the process of designing a greenhouse that would supply the Peace Region with fresh produce year-round. 

 

How do you spend your time around Dawson Creek for leisure?

I help friends and family with projects regularly, anything from renovations to yard work, since I have a lot of construction experience. I also co-captain an adult soccer team from May to July and a FUTSAL team through the winter months.

Why are you running?

- I think I can bring a new perspective to the city council. I have travelled the world and seen many different types of government and how they affect the general public. I am involved in community sports and have seen what works and what does not. With my years of construction background I am exceptional in planning and understanding the process of developing and prioritizing projects. I have a lot of real-life experience, I understand budgets,  and I comprehend the real costs for projects. I feel that I can be an asset to council by helping the city make decisions that make sense for the community and the budget for a more prosperous future.

 

We will be following with full interviews tomorrow! And don’t forget the DC Mirror council candidate mega-debate at Encana Events Centre Thursday Oct. 11.

 

 

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