Hometown candidate Easterbrook wants seat on Cumberland council

Scott Easterbrook is one of nine candidates running for Cumberland council in the Nov. 19 municipal elections.

Scott Easterbrook is one of nine candidates running for Cumberland council in the Nov. 19 municipal elections.

“I, Scott Easterbrook, if elected to sit on the council of Cumberland hope to bring my open mind, common sense and honesty to the table. I am not doing this to represent my own agenda; I hope to represent all, or the majority of families, residents, businesses, and landowners in the betterment of our beautiful community!

“Being raised in Cumberland has given me great pleasure and am now proud to be raising my own family here. I have previously served many years on the Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department, as well, and have taken part in many community fundraising activities.

“I would like to be more involved in the outlook of what is to come for our village and will be honoured, if selected, to serve and represent the village people and consider all opinions brought to my attention.

“You may notice that I have not committed to promises of what I will do, as I am not able to guarantee how others will comprehend matters at hand and what will be brought to my attention. There will be other councillors and not all will be of the same opinion as I.

“I can only promise to do what one vote will allow and will try to embody the responsibility laid upon me as a councillor. My main goal will be to represent our diverse population and culture with the best of intentions and with the knowledge that I am given.

“Any questions or concerns pertaining to my bid for council may be brought to my attention via e-mail at voteeasterbrook@gmail.com.”

— Scott Easterbrook