Price wants Comox Town hall to be accountable

Barbara Price is running for Comox council.

“I want to make sure that the interests of the people of Comox come first. If we are to have a truly accountable Town Hall, people must know that their voice matters.”

Barbara Price is running for Comox council.

“I want to make sure that the interests of the people of Comox come first. If we are to have a truly accountable Town Hall, people must know that their voice matters.”

For 15 years, Price has served as a local politician, both on the regional district board and Comox council. “I come with a record of listening and keeping taxes down.”

Price worked as a city planner before raising a family. Now she cares for her aging father, is starting a business and continues as an active volunteer. She has served on many boards and committees, ranging from community and environmental health to transportation, affordable housing and the economy

As president of the Comox Archives and Museum, she spearheaded the move of the Pearl Ellis Gallery and Comox Archives and Museum to their new street-front location, enhancing both Comox arts and culture and the downtown business district.

She works to preserve Comox’s special places.

Price successfully protected Macdonald Wood and most of the Comox North East Woods. As founding member and lifetime president of the Friends of Comox-Lazo Forest Reserve, she continues to lobby for the protection of the remaining areas of the Comox NE Woods.

Price commits to staying on track to bring people together to find cost-effective, sustainable solutions.

She states, “We need to protect and build upon Comox’s heritage including our waterfront and green space. Together we will create a safe, affordable and vibrant Comox.”

Contact Barbara Price at 250-339-4037 or bprice30@shaw.ca. Her website is www. barbaraprice.ca.

— Barbara Price