Stephanie Brown Munro

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October 13, 2016 12:00 AM

Stephanie Brown Munro

Councillor candidates cont.

1. It would appear there is a large number of dissatisfied citizens.
Citizens are concerned with the recent purchase of the downtown synergy building, as well as the upgrades needing to be done to the waste water treatment plant. 
I’ll encourage and improve communication at all levels, by listening to the concerns of the citizens and taking that back to council.
2. Being a nurse, I bring a strategic and critical way of thinking.  I am extremely approachable and outgoing. 
I feel the citizens of Lloydminster will feel comfortable confiding in me with their concerns. 
I possess a very compassionate demeanor, however, I am also highly assertive. 
I’m a quick learner and work well independently or in collaboration with others.
3. I believe we need to focus on the most pressing issue. The waste water treatment plant needs extensive upgrades mandated by the government of Saskatchewan.
These are not optional upgrades, so as a council, together with the input of the management, we need to come up with (a plan) to fund the project.
4. I believe inviting representatives from both provinces, to meet with council simultaneously will help give them vision of the frustrations our city encounters.
Educating the appropriate people of the obstacle Lloydminster faces when it comes to funding bi-provincially.
We need to focus on the long term vision of the city and what purpose the border ultimately serves. 
5. With such a large number of candidates running for council, I believe that the voter turnout will be higher than in past years. 
I have been and will continue to engage with the citizens of the community and encouraging them to vote. 
Social media is a great tool I use to engage voters and inform them of the upcoming election.

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