Since first being elected as a Comox councillor in 2011, I have learned a lot about local government. I have been open-minded and respectful of diverse interests and opinions. I promised thoughtful and principled decision-making and I am proud to stand by my record.
In my role as a councillor I have served on the Advisory Planning Commission and as a representative of Comox on the Regional District Sewage Commission. I have also been the town appointee to the Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park Association.
In addition to my work on behalf of the town, I also sit on the board of the Comox Valley Hospice Society and I am pleased to report that after many years of hard work, our first hospice beds will be open in the spring of 2015.
I would be honoured to continue to serve as a councillor and if re-elected my priorities would be to work for continued fiscal responsibility with fair and affordable taxes.
I support the enhancement of the Marina Park facilities and would like to see better connectivity between the downtown core and the waterfront.
I will continue to support initiatives that contribute to a lively and economically viable town centre. The continued development of trails and greenways are also an important part of what makes Comox such an enjoyable place to live.
I have the time, the interest and the energy. I work well as part of a team and am interested in finding workable solutions.
Be part of making our community the best that it can be by coming out to vote Nov. 15.
I can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 250-702-1619 throughout the campaign.