Jason wants to see Princeton keep going in the direction it is going.

Jason Earle

Jason wants to see Princeton keep going in the direction it is going.

  • Nov. 1, 2011 8:00 p.m.

Councillor Jason Earle has been a Princeton resident since 1996.  His wife April was born here as were their two teenagers.

Jason is a power line technician for Fortis.  He has played a very active role in the community volunteering with many youth groups and community organizations.   He was last seen performing in the play, Dirty Work at the Crossroads.

“We had a wide variety of expertise on council.  Our discussions were always precluded by solid research.  It was not hard to move forward with them.  We had incredible buy in and valuable input from really good people in our community along the way.”

Jason wants to see Princeton keep going in the direction it is going (and is secretly hopeful that if elected he will get to drive the fire truck in the parade).


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