District of Sicamous: McLeod, Malcolm – mayor candidate

Mayor candidate: What’s your position on cutting costs as opposed to maintaining or increasing the municipal tax rate?

  • Nov. 12, 2014 7:00 a.m.

Mayor candidate: Malcolm MacLeod

When faced with major increases to the municipal tax rate or any possible reduction of services, the mayor and council have to find ways to engage the community and get feedback.

The citizens of Sicamous have to look very closely at any current function or service. Should we improve it? Or remove it? Also, what about additional services or functions?

Citizens have to be given an opportunity to have their say.

Mayor and council have to listen and respond to the concerns and wishes of the community, then work in that direction.

 

 

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