Wednesday, September 07, 2011
Meet Lance Large, Candidate for Milton City Council, District 6.
Courtesy Large 4 Milton
Good evening, this is Lance Large. I am excited to share with you that I am running for Milton City Council, District 6. We're having a Fund Raiser/Meet & Greet at the home of Chuck & Katie Campbell on Thursday, September 8, from 6:30 to 8:00P at 550 Kensington Farms Road. Would you please stop by for 10 minutes on your way home from work, from picking up the kids, or after dinner, etc. to meet me. I'd be very grateful. For more information about me, please visit my website at: http://large4milton.com/
To see what I believe about the future of Milton click here: http://large4milton.com/platform
See the release below about my campaign.
Milton, GA. ---Lance Large, resident of the Bellettere neighborhood in Milton, qualified for the Milton City Council District 6 race. Large, vice president of a local engineering firm and former small business owner is launching his first bid for office. "Milton is a special community, founded on the principles of local control, conservation and strong communities. My campaign is about working with the mayor and council to reinforce these ideals and lead us on a path to long term sustainability," Large stated.
"Milton is a wonderful place to live, work and play. As we transition and get our footing, we need leadership that understands how to create jobs through building our local economy, strengthening our sense of community and conserving our rural character." said Large.
Lance Large is a horse enthusiast who rides occasionally and currently serves as vice president of a local engineering firm. For over 30 years Lance has worked in the practice of civil engineering, and has been licensed as a Professional Engineer for nearly 27 years. Up until 2005 he was part owner and president of an engineering and landscape architecture firm, known mainly for its excellence in educational and governmental facility design. Lance is certified in four states and has worked with communities across the country. Lance states, "My professional career in the private sector is defined by two things: creating jobs and strengthening communities. I am ready to bring these experiences to bear in working with the mayor to preserve Milton's economic sustainability."
if you can not make it tomorrow, please let me know your thoughts and what you would like to see Milton become. My email address is: Large4Milton@comcast.net
Posted by Accessmilton Admin at Wednesday, September 07, 2011