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Jeff Peters Wants to Continue Representing Ward 2 Residents

Peters has been on council since 2003 and is running unopposed for the Ward 2 seat this year. He said it's important the city remain fiscally conservative and focus attention on aging infrastructure

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Name: Daniel "Jeff" Peters

Age: 43

Occupation: Territory sales manager

Education: , the University of Akron

Political Affiliation: Republican

Office Sought: North Canton Council (Ward 2)

Office Held: Council at Large, 2003-2005; Councilman Ward 2, 2009-present

Candidate Statement: I look forward to serving the residents of North Canton, and in particular, the people in the second ward.

As chairman of the Personnel and Safety Committee, I will continue to work to seek savings for the taxpayers, in regard to salaries and benefits. We need to continue to be fiscally conservative, and with the impending cuts in funding to local municipalities, this is very important to me.

I will also continue to work to bring jobs to North Canton and ensure revenue generated through income tax be used to address our aging infrastructure.

I take great pride in being active for and accessible to my neighbors of the second ward, and if you have any concerns you wish to discuss with me personally, please feel free to reach out to me 330-806-0695. Take care and God bless!

Chuck Osborne August 27, 2011 at 03:27 AM
All North Canton candidates for office were asked to include in their ‘Candidate Statement’ their answer to the question, “How will the city deal with state budget cuts?” There was a reason this same question was posed to each candidate and it would be helpful if each candidate would provide a response to that question. I look forward to hearing your ideas.

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