Councillor Daniel Sanderson says the council wants to help and foster an enterprising culture and vibrant region.
Councillor Daniel Sanderson says the council wants to help and foster an enterprising culture and vibrant region. Contributed

LETTER: "He's the next generation in Maryborough"

DANIEL Sanderson has a strong track record of results, he is the next generation in Maryborough and he is passionate about ensuring a future full of opportunity for all.

I have worked closely with Daniel through my position with Young Professionals Fraser Coast and the Maryborough Chamber of Commerce over the past two years. I have found Daniel to be extremely positive about the people of Maryborough and determined to ensure their future.

In just a few short years, Daniel has achieved some outstanding results. He has led a revival of the CBD through his "Imagine This City" project, a project that he developed in consultation with the community which saw the CBD infrastructure upgrades, and the formulation of the regular Maryborough Street Party events.

He has shown his commitment and concern for the safety and welfare of our community with the installation of security cameras across the CBD, implementation of the Pocket Coordination Committee and additional flood watch cameras on Lower Kent St.

He has also taken a personal interest in the youth of our town, creating opportunities for them to engage, reach their potential and thrive.

Daniel has a lot more yet to come in his next term, including advocating for policy improvements to attract the RV market, installation of the flood mitigation works and unveiling the next stages of the "Imagine This City" project.

I personally endorse Daniel as the best candidate for Division 4.

Who better to ensure the future of this town, than someone who is part of that next generation?

By voting for Daniel you are ensuring a successful future for Maryborough.

PENNY MCCREERY

Maryborough



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