District of Sicamous: Anderson, Colleen – council candidate

Council candidate: Colleen Anderson responds - What motivated you to run for municipal office?

  • Nov. 5, 2014 7:00 p.m.

Council candidate: Colleen Anderson

 

Sicamous is an amazing place to work and play, with all it has to offer. We have unlimited potential to be world-class with all of our offerings: sledding, boating, hiking, houseboating, wineries, mountain-biking – the list goes on. Sicamous requires a strong, unified team working together and engaging/working for the community. Our team will listen to existing businesses, research new opportunities, pitch Sicamous as a great place to live and do business. Our team will present our town, negotiate positive deals and be financially responsible and accountable. To better diversify Sicamous’ economy, we need to start with the right team.

 

 

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