Linda Mowat for Fraser Lake city council

Linda Mowat is running for Fraser Lake city councillor

  • Oct. 27, 2014 11:00 a.m.

Fraser Lake: Mowat, Linda – councillor candidate

I am seeking re-election for councillor in the Village of Fraser Lake. I moved to the Fraser Lake Area about 48 years ago and have resided within the Village for the last 40 years. I love our town and it’s people and I believe it is not only important to maintain what our community has to offer our residents, but also see continued improvement to these services.

I want to see improvements made to the ‘south side properties’. We are now a financially healthy community and I want to ensure that this is maintained. I believe as part of council we need to deal with the Official Community Plan to update and look into our ageing infrastructures. I would like to see continued development on one of our finest natural assets–the waterfront. Fraser Lake’s airport also requires more needed maintenance and improvements. I am committed to the growth, vitality and improvements of our community. I will advocate for developing tourism as an economic driver for the area.

I bring to the table my past experience and voice to promote Fraser Lake as a beautiful and viable lifestyle destination community whether to visit, a vacation or retirement. I also bring a common sense approach to making decisions to improving the quality of life in Fraser Lake.

I am asking for your support and vote for Linda Mowat, on November 15th.

 

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