Lake Cowichan Mayor Candidates Council Candidates

What matters to Forrest is establishing a seniors care facility and continuing on with the success council has seen under his leadership.

What matters to Klyne is bringing more business and light industry to town with an open, welcoming and friendly atmosphere.

What matters to Wylie is open communication, keeping costs down, filling vacant businesses and drawing light industry to the area.

What matters to Austin is well-planned slow and steady growth of tourism and affordable housing for young families and seniors.

What matters to Crevels is getting the town spending money on the right things, such as sidewalk, water and sewer repairs and improvements.

What matters to Day is downtown revitalization, establishing a seniors living facility, more affordable housing and infrastructure upgrades.

What matters to Gamble is encouraging environmentally friendly new businesses, creating jobs and supporting seniors.

What matters to Hornbrook is keeping Lake Cowichan tax dollars at the lake rather than supporting the pool and the Sportsplex.

What matters to McGonigle is province-wide action on taxes to put less pressure on those who are struggling to pay and revitalizing the town.

What matters to North is making Lake Cowichan more welcoming to new businesses, along with better signage for amenities.

What matters to Vomacka is fixing derelict buildings in town, inspiring others and helping to work for change rather than complaining.

What matters to Wise is taking better care of the muncipal water and sewer system. The sewage outfall should not be going into the river.

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