City council candidate Richard Muller.

Profile: Port Alberni city council candidate Richard Muller

City of Port Alberni: Richard Muller - Council candidate

  • Nov. 5, 2014 6:00 p.m.

My name is Richard Muller. I have been a resident of Port Alberni for more than 40 years. I attended Sproat Lake Elementary, A.W. Neill and graduated from Alberni District Secondary School in 1989 and took some post-secondary courses at North Island College. I have two grown daughters.

I started out heli-logging at a young age and also worked in our local mills. After choosing to leave the forest industry, I became a commercial truck operator.

I’m hoping to propel the Alberni Valley into this century and grow the workforce to take advantage of the lower cost of living in the Alberni Valley.

I’d like to see a council that can work as a team to build and revitalize Port Alberni. From major industry to eco-tourism, fishing and farming.

Allow me the opportunity to earn your trust and support as your voice on city council. If you have questions please e-mail me at richardmuller@shaw.ca. Looking forward to your support in making Port Alberni an even more amazing place to live.

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