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Ward 3 E-Newsletter: November 2019

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,

Although the holiday season is close upon us, things continue to remain relatively busy here in city government as we start to prepare for the 2020 transition with a majority of new City Council members and Mayor. I want to offer my sincere congratulations to Mayor-Elect Larry Antoskiewicz Read More and all the newly elected members of City Council that were elected in the November 5th General Election. Read More.

Thank You Ward 3!

Ralph Regula one of Ohio’s longest-serving members of the United States Congress was known for his legacy of putting constituents first. He once said “It gives me a lot of satisfaction to help someone with a problem. My home telephone’s in the book. I never had an unlisted number because I think it’s important that people have access.” Like the late Congressman Regula constituent service comes first to me. I truly love what I do to help all of you residents when you need me and making a positive difference in the lives of so many Ward 3 residents and our community! My sons Henry, Derek, and I want to thank all of you for recently on November 5th electing me to serve another two-year term on City Council. It is my greatest honor to continue to serve the over 5,500 residents that call North Royalton Ward 3 home and being their voice on City Council. In 2020 I will be one of the most senior members of City Council. I am excited as a leader to use my experience and energy to work with my newly elected colleagues on Council and Mayor to do some exciting new things to move our city forward even more. In January I will be officially sworn in for my fourth elected term on City Council. Again thank you!

Have a great rest of the week!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

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Councilman Langshaw Official Statement January 3, 2019

Langshaw Addresses Rumors about Possible Run for North Royalton Mayor or Council President


January 3, 2019

(North Royalton, Ohio)— Ward 3 Councilman Dan Langshaw has been rumored for months about a possible run for North Royalton Mayor or Council President. Langshaw 33 years old is one of the few current city elected officials who have successfully won citywide office before. In 2009, at the age of 23 he became the youngest resident in city history to be elected and serve on the North Royalton School Board. Langshaw served on the Board till 2013 and then has been the Ward 3 Councilman ever since.

On January 3rd Councilman Langshaw ended all the rumors with officially pulling his petitions at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections to seek a fourth elected term on the North Royalton City Council for Ward 3 to continue his dedicated service to his residents and provide trusted veteran leadership for the community on Council.

After pulling his petitions Langshaw said “Serving as Mayor or Council President of North Royalton is something I definitely want to do in the near future and would be an honor. Seeking higher local elected office would allow me to help so many more residents and give me the ability to make an even greater difference for my home town. I appreciate all those in the community who have been urging me to run the last few months. However after meeting with my family over the holidays, some personal prayer, and self-reflection I am committed to continuing my service to my residents as the Ward 3 Councilman. At this point in my life since my young family has grown recently with the addition of my youngest son Derek, my dedication to working to complete some unfinished projects/issues in my ward, and ensuring my residents voices are heard on Council remain my continued number one priority. Just not the right time yet. However I will reassess again in a few years.”

A majority of City Council will be termed out of office. Langshaw plans to seek the Council Pro Tem position which is voted on by the new council once they are seated. The Council Pro Tem fills in for the Council President when they are absent. “As a US Army Veteran service is something that is in my DNA. 2020 will be a challenging transition year for our city. As a leader I believe my proven experience, dedication to service and leadership will be an asset to our community! As I a leader I plan to step up to the challenge by hopefully being selected to serve as Council Pro Tem and help mentor the new members of Council with my experience, so together we all can provide great service to our community” said Langshaw.