Andy Adams

A community that achieves its potential

Three questions for city council candidates – Andy Adams

1. To be a community that achieves its potential.

To be a leader in providing a lifestyle and services that promote families, from grandchildren to seniors.

To be a place where students want to stay and learn and international students want to come to.

To be a place where innovative technology provides clean jobs that retain and attract families that bring vibrancy to our city. A place where seniors feel as young in spirit as they do in their minds.

A place that we are all proud of.

A place that is inclusive and encompassing of our diversity and culture.

A place that is ‘home’.

 

2. I bring six years of council experience, 30-plus years of healthcare management experience, countless hours of community service, and seventeen years as a proud Campbell River Rotarian.

I moved to Campbell River in 1992 to work at the Campbell River hospital for a few years, gain senior management experience, and then move on.

Eighteen years later I’m still here.

Why? Because I love Campbell River’s people, natural beauty, and spirit, and am proud to call Campbell River my home.

 

3. Podcast councils meeting live.

Be proactive in getting complete and accurate information out to the public.

Provide prompt responses to negative and misleading information.

Reconstruct the City website.

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