STEPHENVILLE CROSSING Vince Parsons said he has no hidden agenda and simply wants to continue to help make Stephenville Crossing a safe, attractive and progressive community to live in.
That’s why he’s seeking a seat on the Stephenville Crossing town council for a fourth term, after serving as financial chair for the town the past 12 years.
“During this time, we have experienced major infrastructural improvements to our water/sewer and road systems,” he said.
Parsons said the town just completed a $2.7 million Main Street project and from a financial standpoint, council has reduced the town debt and put Stephenville Crossing on a good financial footing.
He said during the next four years he would work hard to secure new fire truck, a sewer treatment facility and help guide the town into the developing the Western Waste Management Plan.
Council is in the process of putting a new look on the town by improving green spaces, parks and recreational facilities and Parsons said he will continue with that vision.
Parsons said financial stability is the key to the town’s success and having a strong working relationship with the province is essential.