On April 27th in Ward 4, a vote for Daniel R. Wallace is the right choice. Daniel Wallace is an extremely hard-working man who is dedicated to improving the everyday life of Mississauga’s citizens. When you vote for him, you can be certain that you are making the right decision for you, your family and your business.
As your Councillor, Wallace promises to:
- Break our gridlock;
- Improve the efficiency of our emergency services communications;
- Reduce our region’s 911 call centre overload;
- Overhaul our towing industry to reduce dangers of collision chasing;
- Meet with constituents to formulate a plan to reduce congestion and improve safety in school zones;
- Examine our underfunded social services;
- Create new, innovative revenue sources for the city of Mississauga; and
- Hear concerns that citizens have and do his best to personally help them.
Wallace is currently an incumbent member of the City of Mississauga’s Towing Industry Advisory Committee. He has served there for the past four years. This influential committee meets with Councillors Starr and Iannicca. Wallace knows that the towing industry and the amount of gridlock in the city are disorderly. Throughout the past several years, 14-year-old Sophia Choudhri was killed and others have been seriously injured because of the flawed system and collision chasing. By sitting on this committee, he does his best to improve the roads for the common good. Wallace received a Civic Award of Recognition from Hazel McCallion for his amazing work on the committee.
Wallace also created Mississauga’s only real-time, dedicated news feed. Mississauga 411 is a necessity for thousands of people who rely on the valuable traffic and real-time news that the feed provides. Mississauga 411 received kudos from Mississauga City Council, Peel Regional Police, Mississauga Fire & Emergency Services, Peel Regional Paramedic Services, the OPP, Enersource and MIRANET, and through 411, Wallace gained the trust of these organizations.
The communications power of 411—a central communications network (CCN) created by Wallace—integrates the region’s emergency services communications and implements a new, non-emergency reporting number, *777. This will drastically reduce response times for first responders, reduce 911 call centre overload, and clear our gridlock by removing vehicles from our roadways immediately after an accident. The CCN will save tax dollars, put valuable time back into family life by removing gridlock; this gridlock causes billions of dollars in productivity to be lost each year throughout Mississauga’s industries.
A vote for Daniel Wallace is a vote to save time, money, and lives.
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