The mayor of Bourdainville and the mayor of Allouville-Bellefosse form the duo, ready to succeed Alfred Trassy-Paillogues at the Department in June 2021. They will defend rurality there.
“They are elected officials ready to get in touch to move issues forward. “ The compliment is from Alfred Trassy-Paillogues, former mayor of Yerville, and one of the outgoing county councilors of Yvetot, 53 municipalities and more than 40,000 inhabitants. This Monday, May 3, the one who has been in the Department since 1982 is facing the pair he hopes to see succeed him: Séverine Gest, 49, mayor of Bourdainville since 2014, and Didier Terrier, mayor of Allouville-Bellefosse since 2000 Aurélia Saunier, 4th deputy in Yerville and Emmanuel Cauchy, mayor of Héricourt-en-Caux presented themselves as substitutes. The election takes place on June 20 and 27, 2021.
The four elected representatives present themselves “as people in the field”, candidates for the Department to “defend our rurality”. “It is a mandate of proximity, with the inhabitants but also elected officials”, underlines Didier Terrier.
Meet the locals
Sensitive to the action of the team that has managed the department since 2015, the candidates are happy to be heard for “the projects of our villages. Before rurality did not exist, we have been living again for six years. Before, you needed a bac +20 to complete a grant application with the Department ”.
“Ready to fire and go into the countryside, respecting what has been imposed on us for a year, the team will go out to meet the inhabitants in the markets, during small meetings. They also want to meet young people, even those who are not yet of voting age, middle school and high school students. To know their expectations. ”