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Updated: Jan 23, 2019

MPP Lecce Officially Opens Community Office


September 19, 2018

King City, ON - Stephen Lecce, Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) for King-Vaughan, joined by his family, a packed crowd of local residents, and King Township Mayor Steve Pellegrini and Vaughan Mayor Maurizo Bevilacqua, officially opened his community office. MPP Lecce expressed his gratitude to the people of King-Vaughan for their confidence and pledged to continue to work hard to serve each and every constituent in the riding.

“I am humbled by the opportunity to serve our community and energized to deliver on your priorities - lower taxes, the creation of good-paying jobs, and investments in frontline healthcare for our families and seniors,” said Lecce. "Our community office and my strong team of staff are working around the clock and are here to serve you and to make a difference in your lives."

MPP Lecce reaffirmed that his staff are already working diligently on the needs of local residents and thanked the community for sharing their perspectives with his office.

Vaughan Mayor Maurizo Bevilacqua said about Stephen that "he's dedicated, he's committed, and he's going to have an exceptional career in public service." He continued, saying that Stephen "has been dedicated to public service for many, many years."

"It is my great honor to welcome Stephen and his entire team to his King-Vaughan constituency office, which is geographically right in the centre of the riding, so you've chosen well,' remarked King Township Mayor Steve Pellegrini. He continued, saying, "from all the residents of King and from Vaughan, we appreciate it."

Honourable Peter Van Loan, Member of Parliament for York-Simcoe, said, "Stephen is working very hard for this community. He is a thoughtful, energetic and intelligent leader delivering results for King-Vaughan residents."

MPP Lecce thanked his master of ceremonies, King Township Councillor Linda Pabst, for her continued support and leadership in King and across the region.

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