Ken Grant will seek a fifth term on Comox council. Photo supplied

Comox councillor Ken Grant to seek re-election

I am pleased to announce that with your support I will be seeking a fifth term on Comox council.

As there are three open positions on council this election, it will be important to have an experienced and steady voice on council. This will ensure a continued solid foundation in Comox. I am that voice.

I have worked hard over the past 13 years to improve infrastructure and reduce our debt to zero at the same time. We are well positioned to move into the future as a safe and vibrant community. Comox has grown to be the nicest place to live and at the same time remained one of the safest communities in Canada.

As a 50-year resident of Comox and a family history that dates back to the 1800s in the Valley, I bring the experience, energy, enthusiasm and understanding to help council through the next four years.

I will be asking for your support for re-election on Comox council Oct. 20.

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