Daniel Chalbaud

DC 2S8A4646-2

Dear Residents of St James Central:

My name is Daniel Chalbaud, and I am honoured that you would consider me to be your representative in Parliament.

My business focuses mainly on the construction, restoration and beautification of private homes and businesses. My thoughts are usually about how to make things better, regardless of what it is.

I am no stranger to the St James Central constituency since it is where I conduct most of my business. I travel the roads, in and throughout neighbourhoods, and around business and common areas on a daily basis. As a detail oriented person, I see and feel the deterioration of the infrastructure and public services, and I believe that we can do better.

I care deeply about the proper functioning of our infrastructure and the economical restoration of our historical buildings, cultural landmarks and public spaces. I am also greatly concerned about the environmental effects of unsustainable waste management and energy practises.  I want St James Central to be one of the safest places to live and work in Barbados.

I have come to know God through personal hardships which has shifted my life focus to serving others rather than on myself. I care deeply about what people go through and have tended to make myself available wherever there is a need.  I am a doer and a fixer, and that is why I am offering myself to you, the residents in St James Central.  I am not your typical politician, but a man with your best interests at heart, and I pledge to you that I will faithfully represent your concerns.

Best regards,

Daniel

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