I am seeking a second term as mayor of Courtenay.
I think most constituents are clear on what I stand for.
I would like to see an end to the Maple Pool lawsuit thereby eliminating the uncertainty for the Lins and their vulnerable residents.
I am committed to maintaining fiscal responsibility – keeping business and residential taxes down.
I feel it important to conduct the people’s business transparently and openly whenever possible.
Concentrating on the municipal core responsibilities is very important to me.
I feel it essential to respect the taxpayer in my decisions at City Hall.
It is imperative to me to maintain our City’s infrastructure consistently, thereby avoiding it becoming an overwhelming burden on our taxpayers in the future.
The 5th Street Bridge in its current condition is an eyesore and if re-elected would make it a priority to have it refurbished.
It is important to me to see the completion of the Braidwood housing project, working closely with the provincial government to make that happen.
Jangula is a retired RCMP officer who served three terms — nine years total — on Courtenay council before running for mayor.
He is married (Jeanette) with two sons (Todd and Craig).
He can be reached throughout the campaign at 250-338-1501 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I value your vote and look to serving another term as your mayor.