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CORNER BROOK — Danny Park says he sees the need for a strong voice dealing with issues of the ordinary people of the city. That’s why he’s offering his name for Corner Brook city council in the Sept. 25 municipal election.
Park was born in and has lived in Corner Brook all his life. He had four children (one deceased) and currently resides with his spouse, Lisa, in Curling.
He currently sits on the school council with J.J. Curling Elementary, is a leader with the 54th Corner Brook Beavers and Cubs Group and is with the Knights of Columbus. He has served as co-chair of the Occupational Health and Safety Committee at the Corner Brook Interfaith Home, and has served 20 years as a shop steward with CUPE Local 488.
Park started his work career as a personal care attendant and is now a buyer in Western Health’s material management department.
“I have spent most of my life, in one way or another, working as an advocate for others dealing with their often-challenging issues. Anybody who has been paying attention to how the city has been run over the past four years sees a real need for a better relationship between potential entrepreneurs and the city in their efforts to start new business in the city.”