Cheryl Ross

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October 13, 2016 12:00 AM

Cheryl Ross

Mayoral candidates

1. The upgrade of the wastewater treatment plant, as to how and who is going to pay for it. The admin. team and council as well as the public input have been taken into consideration and documented within city hall and I look forward to working through a review of those documents.
2. I will bring 13 years as a successful LPSD board trustee. All programs and educational expectations were met with the allocated local tax revenue and provincial funding. All expenditures were made public and there was a transparent process in place with up front and accountable reporting to the public.
3. The spending priorities will be water, sewer, roads, infrastructure and the review of the strategic plan, if there are any resources left available the community’s expectations will be addressed accordingly at a Your Voice Night by the residents.
4. In order to receive our provincial share of the available resources, the administration team needs to be guided and supported by mayor and council. There are respective provincial budgets and it is our responsibility to apply. Communication and relationship building of the team are key factors in attaining crucial provincial funding for our realistic priorities. Both provinces need to fully educated and understand our unique situation.
5. I have been campaigning for several years. I always embrace conversations about our municipal government. I believe, if residents are assured their respective voices are going to be heard and addressed within reason, and then we become a work in progress ensuring moral and authentic democracy.

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