Jason Price

Excitement of a big city, but with small town feel

Three questions for the city council candidates – Jason Price

1. My vision is to make Campbell River the reason why people want to come to the Island.

Campbell River will be a top tourist destination for Vancouver Island because of the people, attractions, and activities that are here. Once people visit Campbell River they will not want to leave. Campbell River will have all the excitement of a big city but still have a small town feel.

People will be saying “I want to move to Campbell River.”

 

2. People should vote for me because I am committed to bringing Campbell River to its full potential.

I will work towards building partnerships with all local groups and governments.

I am young and ambitious and will listen to the community’s wants and needs. If you want new ideas for Campbell River then vote for me.

I will be a team player.

 

3. To improve the communication at City Hall we will need to develop a good communication plan.  We will have to explore what other municipalities have done and see what works for them and what doesn’t.

It would be nice to have a Communications Officer but it would have to fit within the current budget.

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