Len Stack, Councillor
Dec. 1, 2010 to Nov. 30, 2014
Port Dalhousie, Ward 6
Len is a retired secondary school teacher. He retired in June 2006 and entered municipal politics in November 2006.
Len's first term as a municipal politician was an exciting one involving a huge "learning curve." As the years passed, he became very confident in his role and enjoys serving his community. One of Len's greatest challenges was his tireless support for the private development of Port Place, which, after a nine-month Ontario Municipal Board hearing, was finally approved. Port Place construction will begin in the very near future and it will serve to create many new jobs and be a great boost to our local economy, providing a substantial tax base to St. Catharines.
Len decided to enter the 2010 municipal election last October and was successful in winning another term as city councillor. Len views his most significant role as a "servant" to his constituents and having a little extra time on his hands makes that role fairly easy to provide.
Len loves Port Dalhousie and he is grateful to the citizens for their support and encouragement. He represents fair, honest and transparent leadership and he is always available to represent his constituents.