What matters to Davis is more community consultation, water, contaminated soil and transportation, as well as places for seniors to live.
What matters to Walker is his success as the area rep, as well as future projects like a new Malahat firehall, and a new RCMP detachment.
What matters to Arndt is looking at septic fields, finding another water source for the area and preserving the Shawnigan community.
What matters to Beach is the incorporation of Shawnigan Lake into a municipality, with the community doing its own incorporation study.
What matters to Furstenau is stopping contaminated soil dumping in the watershed, and creation of a community investment fund.
What matters to Jorginson is lowering taxes with a thorough review of the operating budget. He’s for bringing more amenities to the village.
What matters to Morrow is the environement and transit, including stopping the dumping of contaminated soil in the watershed.
What matters to Savage is Shawnigan Lake itself, the heart of the community. He is also strongly in favour of incorporation.
What matters to Clement is the longterm future of Area C and the Cowichan Valley and the ability to attract and keep young families here.
What matters to Quast is community consultation and listening to all of the voices, not just some. She’s familiar with area issues.
What matters to Ellis is securing the future of the floating community in Cowichan Bay with new bylaws and sewer connection.
What matters to Iannidinardo is serving the community and finishing up the marine portion of Cowichan Bay’s official community plan.
What matters to Barker is preserving the rural feel of the area while encouraging small, local businesses, and keeping taxes reasonable.
What matters to Duncan upcoming review of the area’s official community plan, and the completion of a greenway in the area.
What matters to Ferguson is encouraging small business, preserving farmland, and bringing a common-sense approach to local government.
What matters to MacAlister is bringing democracy to Area E by challenging the status quo; also reining in the “out of control” finances.
What matters to Nicholson is grassroots government, water issues, the upcoming review of the area’s official community plan.
What matters to Dorey is setting up a non-profit society to run the old Mt. Brenton School building, and ongoing Sunny Saltair branding.
What matters to Hockin is the poor decision to buy the Mt. Brenton School and preventing such expenditures in the future.
Sherry is no stranger to the political scene. When he ran for the Conservatives in the last provincial election his top priority was better services.