Councillor looking for health opinions

  • Apr. 20, 2007 7:00 a.m.

Queen Charlotte councillor Gladys Noddin wants feedback from islanders about health care.
She has been invited to participate in the provincial government’s Conversation on Health and will head to Smithers for the May 12 public forum. She wants to take local citizens’ concerns forward there.
Ms Noddin is well qualified to represent island health issues, said mayor Carol Kulesha at the April 16 council meeting. She has been on both sides of the table in the health system and is a representative of the local Health and Wellness Committee.
In other council news: the Communities in Bloom committee has six small projects to help beautify the Village of Queen Charlotte lined up in its first year, but is still looking for interested volunteers.
Specifically, they are looking for people with carpentry skills, pruning skills and strong muscles. Contact the village office if you’re interested.

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