Beusch is an excellent Langley councilman, candidate

Editor,

Burt Beusch brings a fresh, honest and balanced voice to the Langley City Council. He has been a devotee of the city for over 15 years, when he first purchased land here with the foresight of making Langley his future home. Until he could make Langley his primary residence, he kept abreast of the city through the local papers, made friends here from all walks of life and paid taxes. When the time was right, he and his wife built their home, and immediately became an integral and contributing part of the community. Burt Beusch has shown unblemished integrity in how he has run his campaign, which has been one of transparency with no tolerance for mudslinging.

As a councilman and candidate, he made it his business to attend many different committee meetings to fully understand the needs, challenges and wishes of the community. We need a diverse and open-minded council to keep Langley strong, both now and in the future. A combination of long-time and recent council members will broaden the council’s scope and breathe new life into the issues that face the city. Burt Beusch has no personal agenda or pre-conceived ideas about how he thinks things should be. He cares about what is best for Langley, and looks toward what could be. He listens with an unbiased mind and open heart. One need only attend a city council meeting to see Mr. Beusch at work.

He listens with sincerity, asks questions without assuming, has a solid history of budgeting and business, and truly wants what is best for Langley. Burt Beusch is an excellent councilman and candidate.

DEBORAH MAIETTA

Langley

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