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Re-elect Ian Chadwick
In my two terms on council, I have represented the town and our residents to the best of my ability. I have served you on the Library board, affordable housing committee, airport municipal service board, sustainability committee, and hospital board. I have participated in many meetings and workshops with federal and provincial ministers and staff, with my counterparts from other municipalities, and with county and town staff. I am an avid reader and researcher into urban issues like planning, sustainability, public spaces, recreation, bylaws, culture, trees, transportation, accessibility and more.
It is an honour and privilege to run in the 2010 Town of Collingwood Municipal Election. I am seeking one of seven available council seats. Like many of you, we agree that Collingwood and the surrounding areas are a great place to “live, work and play.” Knowledge, Vision, Passion and Respect for others are the four pillars that I am running on during this campaign. I believe that I possess these qualities and when put together make a strong foundation for a leader for a better today and tomorrow. Again, thank you for visiting my site. Let me earn your vote on October 25th, 2010.
Elect Michael Christie to Collingwood Council
Michael Christie is running for Collingwood Council because he knows that he can bring fresh ideas and a team approach to the table. Vote for Michael Christie - Collingwood Council.
Sandra Cooper for Mayor
Deputy Mayor Sandra Cooper is running for Mayor of Collingwood in the 2010 Municipal Election
Rick Lloyd for Deputy Mayor
Long time Collingwood Councilor Rick Lloyd wants to come back to the Council table and play a meaningful role in returning stable, team-oriented and common sense government to Collingwood.
A familiar face to Collingwood municipal politics is looking to return to the Council table. Twenty year council veteran Rick Lloyd was first elected to Collingwood Council in 1985. The local businessman and recent President of the Collingwood Chamber of Commerce has been away from municipal politics for the past term. Watching the current council struggle badly with important decisions has compelled him to ask for your vote to elect him to the position of Deputy Mayor.
Rick Lloyd is concerned about what he calls the Town's "runaway debt" that has grown from $23.8 million three years ago to approximately $50 million today. "We have to be much more aware of how much debt the Collingwood taxpayers can take on and spend wisely."