Share November 8, 2020 3h00 Share Dauphinais will face Avard and Catherine Boileau will be candidate in Brompton
Jonathan Custeau La Tribune The former councilor of the Pin-Solitaire district, Hélène Dauphinais, confirms that she will be a candidate in the municipal elections of 2021. She will face her successor Pierre Avard, who has already indicated that she wants to defend her seat. Citizen Catherine Boileau, very active in the issues of Willie-Bourassa-Auger Park and the Domaine de la Vallée d'Orford, wishes for her part to obtain a seat in Brompton.
Recall that Ms. Dauphinais withdrew her candidacy at the start of the last campaign for health reasons. “It was totally not my choice to step down, but I would have been forced to miss several months of mandate, if I had been elected, and I was not ready to do so. Now, we can say that I would like to take the necklace back to my neighborhood. “
This means that Ms. Dauphinais will face the outgoing candidate Pierre Avard. “I want to represent the people of my neighborhood. People in the neighborhood started asking me if I was introducing myself. Pierre Avard does not live in the neighborhood. I would like to come back because the issue of public finances is very important and it is close to my heart. With my training as an economist and my knowledge of the files because I have already sat, without taking anything away from Mr. Avard, I think that I can be an asset around the table, especially as I expect more listening this time. “
Hélène Dauphinais refers to the composition of the board, mainly independent, which differs from that of the previous administration, where the Renouveau sherbrookois occupied half of the seats.
Could the former counselor even covet the town hall? “At this point, it would take exceptional circumstances for me to choose to go to town hall. ”
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