COUNCIL: Brar, Bobby

District of Mission: Brar, Bobby - council candidate

  • Oct. 28, 2014 8:00 p.m.

Bobby Brar

Name: Bobby Brar

CRMG (Citizens for Responsible Municipal Government)

Occupation: Semi-Retired

Residency: Mission, BC

Community involvement: Serves on the MACL board (Mission Association for Community Living), Rotary member for the last 5 years, Volunteer advocate for universal accessibility and Operation Red-Nose, Volunteer work for Soap Box Derby, Against the Odds 2008 award winner, Married, 2 children.

Contact: bobbybrar@crmg.ca, CRMG.ca

Here are three key areas that CRMG will be working on:

•    To have a debt free future by keeping the tax base sustainable for the taxpayers of Mission, while keeping expenditures in line with the rate of inflation and the rate of growth.

•    To continue on the path of a revitalized downtown being a business and family friendly community asset with a “Robson Street” feel, while actively working to make sure Mission continues to be the most business friendly community in BC.

•    To see a permanent Seniors Centre built in collaboration with Seniors and partnerships with private businesses to make it a reality in the next Council term.

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