COUNCIL: Hamilton, Carol

District of Mission: Hamilton, Carol - council candidate

  • Oct. 27, 2014 8:00 p.m.

Carol Hamilton

Carol Hamilton.

I graduated from Senior High School and continued my education on the job so to speak. I had wonderful opportunity with my employer to expand by knowledge and skills.

I retired in December 2013 after a rewarding career in banking. I worked for 20 Years with TD Canada Trust and 13 years with Envision Financial.  All of these years were spent in Mission.

I have served the past 9 years as a School Trustee for Mission Public Schools

I have lived in Mission since 1975

I am a Rotarian, sit on the Board of Fraser House, a Director on the Chamber of Commerce and I am on the Mission Foundation Board .

I was very involved in the BC Winter Games hosted by Mission.

I have 2 adult children and 2 precious grandsons.

I graduated from Senior High School and continued my education on the job so to speak. I had wonderful opportunity with my employer to expand by knowledge and skills.

I retired in December 2013 after a rewarding career in banking. I worked for 20 Years with TD Canada Trust and 13 years with Envision Financial.  All of these years were spent in Mission.

I have served the past 9 years as a School Trustee for Mission Public Schools

I have lived in Mission since 1975

I am a Rotarian, sit on the Board of Fraser House, a Director on the Chamber of Commerce and I am on the Mission Foundation Board .

I was very involved in the BC Winter Games hosted by Mission.

I have 2 adult children and 2 precious grandsons.

Issues:

Three issues voters should consider

1. Trust & integrity in your council.

I bring a proven record of both trust & integrity with my “resume”

2.Do you want a proven Leader and someone who is invested in Mission.

I am a Proven Leader having been a Branch Manager of a Credit Union of 8 years and I have lived in Mission for 40 years and been an active volunteer

3.Fiscal responsibility.

Voters do need to be confident that Mayor and Council are being “stewards” of the taxpayers money.  It isn’t always that taxes have been kept at zero.. voters should be asking how was that done…what have we given or not done to keep taxes low?

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