Fletcher running again for seat on Comox council

Patti Fletcher has offered her name and reputation to the citizens of Comox for re-election to Comox Council in the Nov. 19 election.

  • Oct. 17, 2011 11:00 a.m.

Patti Fletcher has offered her name and reputation to the citizens of Comox for re-election to Comox Council in the Nov. 19 election.

Patti has proudly served the Comox community on Council for the past nine years.

“It has been an immense privilege to represent the citizens of Comox at the council table and in the community. The knowledge and information I have obtained over the past nine years has strengthened my understanding of our community and Town operations.

“I would be honored to further represent the Town and utilize the awareness and insight I have gained.”

The past three years, Fletcher has represented the Town at the Comox Valley Regional District Board table. Her co-operative approach to regional issues has seen results.

“In the past three years several vital guiding documents have been completed with  community engagement and input. These include the Regional Growth Strategy, the Sustainability Strategy, the Town of Comox Official Community Plan and the Comox Traffic Study.

“With these documents in hand, now is the time to move forward and implement and adhere to the policies and principles, with the spirit and intent that developed them. I would welcome this opportunity.”

Patti has lived in the Comox Valley for over 30 years, was employed as the program director at the Comox Community Centre for 27 years and with her husband has proudly owned and operated a Comox business, Simon’s Cycles, for 23 years.

Patti’s initial motivation to run for office nine years ago remains as strong today as then, “I care about Comox.”

“I look forward to connecting with Comox constituents in the upcoming weeks.”

Fletcher can be reached at 250-339-6766, pfletcheris@shaw.ca and at www.pattifletcher.ca.

Patti Fletcher

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