City council candidate Chris Alemany.

Profile: Port Alberni city council candidate Chris Alemany

City of Port Alberni: Chris Alemany - Council candidate

  • Oct. 16, 2014 4:00 p.m.

I would be honoured to represent city residents on City council.

Community, accountability, climate action. Those are my three tenets. We must build our community and diversify our businesses to create jobs so we can welcome and support both seniors and families. Tax shares should be fair and residential rises held to two percent.

Accountability means consulting and following the will of the public and ensuring public business is decided in public.

Climate change is the problem of our time. There is so much we can do to help ourselves, our environment, our watershed, and our community.

We can learn from other communities successes and avoid their mistakes.

I would like you to see a city that listens and responds to all citizens equally. If you support me you will find a person willing to step up and speak for a new better city for all and for you.

Support me and you will find a person who will keep learning and growing.  Elect me and your voice will be heard. I will value it and make it part of the city and together we will make this city stronger.

 

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