District of Sicamous: Hutchinson, Charlotte – council candidate

Council candidate: Charlotte Hutchinson responds - What motivated you to run for municipal office?

  • Nov. 5, 2014 7:00 a.m.

Council candidate: Charlotte Hutchinson

 

Work with our strengths! Due to a global aging population, promotion of a healthy aging community would be an option. Encourage private enterprise to provide services to support this trend. Support the growth of the Eagle Valley Senior Citizens Housing Society. This already successful service has additional land on which to build. Not only would there be opportunity for new, diversified accommodation, but the potential to offer additional year-round employment. The recent council endorsement of a labour market study (if successful) for Sicamous and CSRD Area E will provide crucial information that will help guide future growth, health of our community and prepare our workforce.

 

 

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