15 October, 2013

Frédéric Béatse's letter of candidacy opens with the one of Christophe Béchu a period of "B to B" communication

Crédit pictures : Frédéric Béatse's blog
Through his letter of candidacy, published on October 14th on the Aimer Angers Facebook page, Frédéric Béatse is now fully involved in the electoral campaign after Christophe Béchu and Jean-Luc Rotureau, his challengers to the conquest of the Angers mayor office. Of course different by their contents, the messages sent by Mr. Béatse and Mr. Béchu are different in their style. While the second wrote an essay very analytical [1], the first on two pages appeals more to the feelings of his audience. Entitled "J'aime Angers", Frédéric Béatse's letter is like a declaration of love to the city... and its inhabitants.

But the letter is above all the beginning of a programme. In the economic field, Mr. Béatse, who reminds he led a company dedicated to the internet technologies, promises he will act in two directions : the vegetable and the electronic sectors. According to the candidate, the first is an area of excellence which "needs to be better highligthed". For Frédéric Béatse, the electronic sector deserves to be raised at the same level than the vetegable area and the installation of a Technocampus mixing education, research and production is to way to get that. Regarding the main facilities projects, the candidate is speaking in favour of a "complete East-West tramway line" and the reconquest of the Maine banks, a location propicious not only for inhabitant's leisures but also for economic activities.

The candidate also wants to make the inhabitants' way of life less expensive : "The costs of energy and fuel are increasing the risks of a real instability. That's why the efforts to get a better control of our expenses must go on" what clearly includes those of town hall. Regarding his biography, Frédéric Béatse details he likes contemporary musics which could have their own festival in Angers next year.

[1] "Christophe Béchu opens its aggretaging blog" - Angers Daily News Sept. 30 2013

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