Manno Theos: Seeking a fifth term

City of Courtenay: Theos, Manno - Council candidate

  • Oct. 15, 2014 4:00 p.m.

Manno Theos

I will be a candidate to retain my position on Courtenay city council on the November 15 election.

I have served four terms as a member of Courtenay council. I’ve enjoyed the opportunities to make a positive impact in our community. I would like to extend a warm thank you to the people throughout the Comox Valley.

Not a day goes by without hearing kind words, seeing smiling faces or feeling support from the people in our community.

Over the past three years I’ve been fortunate to work with such quality council members to create progressive change and move forward on many issues. Thanks again for the friendship, confidence and support you have provided me over the years.

I can be contacted at 250-792-5884 if needed.


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