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Monday, Jun. 28, 2004

De La Pena, Romeo

British Columbia, South Surrey - White Rock - Cloverdale, Green Party of Canada
Romeo De La Peņa is a dynamic, innovative and skilled professional and registered planner with more than twenty-five years collective experience in community and urban planning and design, architectural design, economic and business development, municipal development services, and project management. He has a professional degree and education in architecture and as residential urban site planning specialist. He also has education and training in civil engineering, business management and Advanced Environmental Dispute Resolution. He is a Surrey-based, full-service consultant in community and urban planning, design, and development and municipal services. He devotes countless volunteer hours to a wide variety of interest areas in the community. He also served as member of the Collaborative Committee for the 1991-1993 Conservation Potential Review, First Collaborative in the Canadian Utility Industry. His political involvement with the Green Party started in 1996 as an MLA candidate for the Green Timbers-Surrey provincial riding and as councillor candidate under the Green Party of Surrey during the Surrey election of 2002. He believes in the Key Values of the Green Party that guide us in everything we do, including the shaping of our policy and as the basis for our decision-making, and that remind us how to lead and rebuild Canada as the best country in which to live, work and enjoy recreation.

Contact number: 604-597-7717

E-mail: anromhome@yahoo.com

Other South Surrey - White Rock - Cloverdale candidates:

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BQ 0 54 54
NDP 0 19 19
Other 0 1 1
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