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Help the City of Campbell River move forward in 2013

You’re full of ideas.

You want to share them with City Council.

You work well with other people who have a different perspective.

You have the skills and experience that support community development.

You’re ready to tackle tough questions – and make things happen.

So become part of City Council’s decision-making process by joining an advisory commission.

Council has re-vamped its committee structure and invites members of the public to apply for appointment on one of two new commissions.

n Community Services, Recreation & Culture Commission – provides policy advice and recommendations to city council about city parks, recreation and culture services, early childhood development, seniors and youth programs, community support services, organized sports, visual arts, performing arts, heritage conservation, outdoor recreation, community beautification and community safety.

n Advisory Planning & Environment Commission – provides policy advice and recommendations to city council on issues related to long-range planning such as the Official Community Plan, land use and development planning, permitting and development application processes, transportation planning and environmental and sustainability issues.

To join council’s go-to teams and help build an even better Campbell River, apply by 4:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 21.

Application forms are available from the city’s website www.campbellriver.ca) under What’s New, paper copies from City Hall. Questions? Contact City Clerk Peter Wipper at 250-286-5707.

Send your application attention Tracy Bate, Deputy City Clerk via e-mail: tracy.bate@campbellriver.ca) or to City Hall at 301 St. Ann’s.

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