ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- David Novstrup has announced that he is running for election to the Southeast District for Aberdeen’s City Council.
David believes in quality water and roads that will ensure Aberdeen continues to attract new businesses and residents. David also believes in supporting Aberdeen’s first responders including our police and fire departments. He also believes in supporting and adding to Aberdeen’s quality of life by adding more trails and looking for new opportunities with all of Aberdeen’s city parks.
David is a strong advocate for quality job creation and free enterprise. Quality job creation is important to him because it will provide people with good jobs and will enhance the ability of young people to stay in Aberdeen. David also believes in limited government.
There are many important issues that will be dealt with in the next several years like the city budget, transportation funding, quality water, and the treatment of water. The most important issue that will be dealt with in the next several years will be to come up with a plan and execute the plan to get more water to Aberdeen and the area. David believes that the city needs to live within its means, use its rainy-day fund when necessary, and keep taxes as low as possible. David wants to continue making positive changes in lives of the citizens of Aberdeen by serving on the Aberdeen City Council.
David believes in Aberdeen and South Dakota and wants to make them a better place to live and raise a family. He has a positive outlook for Aberdeen’s future and will continue to bring a fresh perspective to the council. He looks forward to going door to door this spring listening to voters and would appreciate their vote on Tuesday, June 7.
The Aberdeen Area Chamber of Commerce selected David as the Emerging Leader of the Year for 2009. David served in the South Dakota Legislature from 2007-2016. David’s experience in Pierre will also help him represent the Southeast district well.
David is a graduate of Aberdeen Central High School and a graduate of Northern State University with a degree in Business Management. David and his wife, Holly, live in Aberdeen with their 3 kids. David has been a small business owner and manager since 2001.