Dennis Casey wants to see the Dysart community become a little more vibrant in the next four years. He’s running for Deputy-Reeve and says he’s looking forward to the new challenges and responsibilities if he’s elected.
“If I can sit back and say there are a few more jobs and our roads are in better shape and a few more events going on, I would say I’ve helped do a good job” says Casey.
Casey says both Dysart and the county are in good financial standing, but infrastructure is something that needs work. Registered voters will receive a voters kit in the mail, if you don’t have yours by October 10, contact the Dysart office.