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Madison Whittle’s City Council Announcement

On Tuesday, Madison Whittle announced that he will run for Danville City Council in the upcoming May elections. SouthsideCentral is glad to publish his campaign’s statement unedited so that our readers can see it in its entirety.

Again, this is from Madison Whittle.

Madison Whittle is formally announcing that he will be seeking a Danville City Council seat in the upcoming May 3rd election. He is a Danville native who attended Sacred Heart School and is a graduate of George Washington High School.

Whittle, a local entrepreneur with over 30 years of small business experience, has first-hand knowledge of what it takes to create jobs. “I work directly with many new businesses that come to Danville and I am aware of the important role they play in generating economic growth for our city. I would also like to work on streamlining the permitting and zoning process which will help make the path much smoother for citizens, as well as new and existing businesses.”

Whittle wants to work to strengthen the partnership between the Danville School Board and the City Council. He feels that this joint cooperation plays an essential role in the success of the Danville Public School system and the collaborative relationship advocated by the new superintendent, Mr. Jones, thereby attracting more families to our city and improving its growth.

He still believes strongly in his support of the Capstone project, a precision machining program available to local students. This joint venture between the Institute for Advanced Learning and Danville Community College, along with local private industries, makes the program one of the best in the state.

Whittle is a Paul Harris Fellow and a member of the Danville Rotary Club, the Danville Chamber of Commerce, the Dan River Emmaus, the Danville Cancer Society, as well as a founding member of Cross Roads Christian Counseling Mission and a member at the VIR in Alton, Virginia.

“The River District is the shining star of Danville. I look forward to adding my substantial years of small business experience to its continued progress and to represent the citizens by working with Council Members and City Staff.”

I want to thank you in advance for investing your vote with me on May 3rd.

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