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Municipal Election 2010: Heinbuch tosses name into ring for Wellington County councillor seat

WELLINGTON NORTH - Jim Heinbuch is tossing his name into the election ring for Wellington County Ward 4.

That ward is currently serv­ed by Lynda White, of Arthur.

In a release emailed to the Wellington Advertiser office, Heinbuch wrote, “I have lived on the Conn Road/County Road 14 in County Ward 4 for the past eight years.”

Heinbuch recently shut down his freight business and re­tired, having been a long haul trucker for over 30 years.

“I have always been interested in politics and I now find that I have the time needed to devote to becoming more in­volved and proactive in my community, and being of service to the people of County Ward 4, where I live, and the people of the County of Well­ington because I care.”

While Heinbuch admits to not having direct experience as a county councillor, “I have been exposed to municipal government for over 25 years. I understand how municipal government - county council operates and how it is governed.”

He describes himself as “a results oriented individual. I will not make any political promises, but I will strive to accomplish that the needs of the community of Wellington County are addressed and en­sure growth, economic growth and prosperity to County Ward 4 and Wellington County as a whole.”

He stated, “The people of Wellington County are good, honest, and hardworking people and I would like to be given the opportunity to be of service to them.”

Heinbuch added that he intends to be accessible, available, and approachable, staying in touch with the people.

“They will receive my undivided attention; they have the same needs as I do.”

He said he hopes opportunity to work for the people of County Ward 4 and the County of Wellington.


Vol 43 Issue 06


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