Elections

Coun. Sproule seeking re-election in Cumberland

Coun. Gwyn Sproule has decided to seek re-election for Cumberland council in November’s municipal election.
After three terms on council, Sproule said she remains committed to the vision and policies of the current Official Community Plan, a document she believes has only become more relevant.
The language of the OCP meshes well with that of the Comox Valley Regional Growth Strategy, which all local governments have signed on to.
She believes that any updating of the OCP needs to involve broad community consultation.
Sproule wants to create a sound base for tourism through the promotion of heritage and recreational activities in the area.
She says she would be honored to work for the citizens of Cumberland for another three years.
If you wish to offer your support in the campaign or need more information, phone 250-336-8165.
— Gwyn Sproule

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