08 December, 2013

Frédéric Béatse opens the first of his committee rooms for a campaign "close to districts' expectations"

Consistently with the local urban management he promotes in Angers, Frédéric Béatse, current mayor and candidate for a new term, has started to implement a local electoral campaign by the inauguration of his first committee room in the Belle-Beille district on December 7th. Mr Béatse wants to be as closely as possible to the districts in order to bring in their mind he also wishes to meet inhabitants' wants and needs as closely as possible. That place "is not flashy [but] faithful to our values, close to the districts", he said among supporters who, thereafter, have gone with him to visit some of the inhabitants of Belle-Beille on their doorstep.

Credit picture : Aimer Angers
The mayor-candidate announced that other committee-rooms would be opened in other districts (the next will take place in La Roseraie and a third is planned) as if the strategy was to encircle the core of the town, and Christophe Béchu, his challenger, who set-up there his campaign headquarters a few weeks ago. 

The Belle-Beille district, which has already be redevelopped through a urban renovation policy during the last ten years, is waiting an important change with the arrival of the second tramway line linking its higher education campus to down town. Mr. Béatse is favourable to the construction of an entire new tramway line between Belle-Beille and Monplaisir districts while other candidates said an half-line between Monplaisir and down-town would be more realistic. It is not sure Belle-Beille inhabitants (and students) will agree.

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