Monday, October 27, 2014

City Council hopefuls to face questions Tuesday evening

It's a chance for those seeking a position on Prince Rupert City Council to introduce themselves and deliver just a bit more information about what they have in mind for the city if elected to a four year term on November 15th.

A Council Candidates Only Question and Answer Session has been organized for Tuesday evening, providing Prince Rupert residents with the opportunity to focus on what the nine candidates seeking the city's Six Council seats may have to offer.

The session was put together by the candidates themselves, settling on Tuesday evening at the Prince Rupert Library Multi Purpose room for the session. It is scheduled to start at 6:30, with doors opening at 6 PM.

Ms. Crystal Lorette will be handling the moderator's duties, asking two questions of each candidate of her own and then relaying questions submitted by those in the audience.

A strong turn out of the hopeful candidates is anticipated for Tuesday night's session.

Council candidate Blair Mirau was the first to give the heads up regarding the Question and Answer forum, you can learn more about what is planned for the evening from his website.

For a review of items related to this years Municipal election, see our archive page here.

To find out more about the candidates running for office, we have links available here to highlight those candidates which have Internet options available.

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