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Dear Querriennois, dear Querriennois,

A new mandate has just begun.
First of all, I would like to thank you for the confidence you placed in me and my team during the last municipal elections.

Once again, I would like to thank Jean-Paul Lafitte, our former mayor, for supporting and guiding me towards this new position.

Six years are ahead of us to accompany and shape our municipality.
Its vitality and attractiveness will depend on the choices we make together and the ambition we have for it.
We will have to carry out projects adapted to our needs by directing our investments towards sustainable and timely achievements.

The new municipal team is being put in place and is gradually taking its bearings.
Attentive, active and motivated, it is committed to putting its multiple skills at the service of our municipality.
Since our election, the committees have been set up so that everyone can get down to work in the areas that are familiar to them, or, on the contrary, in new functions that they wish to discover.
We have devoted time to discovering the communal infrastructures and current projects.
We also met the staff to get to know each other better in order to create a real partnership between elected representatives and staff.

At the beginning of this mandate, several projects are underway and others are still under study.
The extension of the physiotherapy practice and the restoration of the church's woodwork have been completed.
The restructuring of the school is continuing. We hope to have a building site acceptance for the beginning of 2021.
Two housing estate projects are under study. The first will be built in the "old town" district, located behind the town hall.
It will see the establishment of a complex for the elderly and the construction of five single-family houses for rent.
A second subdivision, "Parc braz", route de Lanvénégen, will consist of fifteen plots for home ownership.
These two projects, which are currently being examined, will hopefully begin in early 2021.

The vitality of our shops, health infrastructures and services (school, daycare centre, school restaurant, media library) and the dynamics of our commune will be at the centre of our concerns throughout this mandate.
The current health situation is disrupting and limiting our social ties, which are essential to living well together.
Let us all be vigilant and hope that this pandemic will be behind us as soon as possible so that we can find ourselves more serenely.
We will have at heart to carry out these projects together, in exchange and consultation so that everyone, all generations combined, can find themselves in our ambitions for Querrien.

Stéphane CADO,
Mayor of QUERRIEN