Randy Caine

ELECTION: Langley City council candidate Randy Caine

A Voter’s Guide to key election questions.

Randy Caine

Running for a seat on council in the City of Langley

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Business owner, 64

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• Have you held office in past? If so, please specify: No.

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Candidate provided bio: I’m a firm believer in social equity. I also ascribe to the view that all people matter and are due a common respect.

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Facebook: Randy Caine for Langley City

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Other internet/social media platforms where voters can learn about you: Instagram – hempyzdude

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Phone: 604-725-2064

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• Who is your favourite superhero, and why? My mom. She taught me about my personal power.

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There are 16 candidates running for six councillor seats with the City of Langley. The following arequestions asked of each candidate hopeful. They were directed to provide a minimum of a Yes, No, or Don’t Know answer, and given an option to expand on one answer in print (to a maximum of 100 words per question). They could expand on all questions online, if they wished to do so. The following are their replies.

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Questions and Answers:

1. What neighbourhood of Langley do you live in?

Answer: Douglas

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2. How many years have you lived in Langley?

Answer: I’ve lived in Langley City for 16 years. Recently sold our condo and living at 64 Avenue and 194 Street.

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3. How many Langley City council meetings have you attended in the past year?

Answer: none

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4: Should the City be directly funding social housing to reduce homelessness?

Answer: Yes

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5. Do you support elevated rail over light rapid transit from Surrey to Langley?

Answer: No

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6. Should the City’s industrial area be phased out in favour of residential and commercial development?

Answer: No

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7. Would you vote to raise taxes to hire more police?

Answer: No

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8. Do you agree with the growth estimates for Langley City in its new Nexus of Community strategic plan?

Answer: No

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9. Should Langley have its own municipal police force, replacing the RCMP?

Answer: Yes

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10. Should the City fund an arts centre?

Answer: Yes

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11. Does Langley City need an indoor swimming pool?

Answer: Yes

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12. Should Langley City lobby for its own urgent care centre?

Answer: Yes

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13. Do you think residential property taxes are too high?

Answer: No

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14. Should the City amalgamate with the Township?

Answer: No

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15. Should the municipality offer tax breaks, incentives, or rebates to companies looking to set up shop here?

Answer: Yes

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16. Is Langley City being pushed to grow too fast?

Answer: Yes

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17. Should Langley City take more direct action to combat the opioid crisis locally?

Answer: Yes

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18. Should the City encourage the creation of more rental and low-income housing?

Answer: Yes

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19. Should the City taxes be cut by cutting services?

Answer: No

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20. Should there be a limit to the number of consecutive terms a member of council can serve?

Answer: Yes, and the same for mayor.

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