Council Candidate: Raymond Hooper running in Harrison Hot Springs

Village of Harrison Hot Springs: Hooper, Raymond - Council Candidate

  • Oct. 21, 2014 9:00 a.m.

My family and I move to the Harrison Hot Springs in 2008 and have been active from day one volunteering and became members of the Advisory Planning committee, Sustainability working group and Communities in bloom. I attend council meetings to keep informed with current developments.

I retired having worked for 36 years as a Highway Maintenance Engineer. My duties were construction & maintenance of sidewalks & roads, the design, consultation and the implementation of traffic calming, cycle routes, safe routes to school, paid parking, safer neighborhoods, disability access, budget control, risk assessments & safety audits. All these duties included liaison with government groups and consultation and contact with local residents.

My Highway Engineering experience and communication skills give me an excellent grounding to be elected to council.

 

Why I am running for Council?

 

Retirement means I can undertake the position of Councillor full-time and residents will be able to communicate with me throughout the day to discuss any concerns that they have.

 

A Vote for Ray Hooper “RESIDENTS FIRST”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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