Area E director

  • Nov. 16, 2011 12:00 p.m.

Evan PutterillI sincerely enjoy the important work that I do in the service of my community. I stand for economic revitalization, real sustainability, openness, responsible government, and meaningful co-operation between and within communities.If elected I pledge that I will continue to:1) fight for affordable ferry fares and against supertankers,2) advocate for all-island governance and local decision making3) realize the establishment, and growth, of a Community Forest Corporation4) be a strong advocate for the Fire Department.5) advocate for economic revitalization and responsible industrial development.6) fight for trail/campsite renovation and development.?I will also make a strong commitment to:7) advocate for an affordable multi-purpose building to replace the ageing school,8) ramp up my support for small local forestry related businesses,9) push for a responsible and affordable water treatment facility for Sandspit, and10) realise the completion of the Sandspit Tsunami Evacuation Site.I’ve worked hard for Sandspit on a number of fronts during the past term. I am continuously learning from my constituents, my colleagues, and my mistakes. When I take a stand the interests of the community and strong principles are what motivate my actions; I stand by the decisions I’ve made

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