Enns seeks third term

District of Coldstream: Incumbent Councillor Richard Enns puts name forward

Coun. Richard Enns is looking to retain his seat on council in the Nov. 15 election.

Richard Enns is seeking his third consecutive term on council and would also like to continue to the progress made so far.

“There are still some very good initiatives that the previous council has undertaken,” said Enns, a 53-year-old husband and father of three.

“I’d like to see the parks master plan developed and I’d like to continue to see improvements to Coldstream Creek.”

Enns has lived in Coldstream for 22 years, where he owns an organic orchard but works at his law practice.

Coun. Maria Besso is stepping down and Enns is disappointed that more people didn’t step forward.

“I was hoping more women and more younger people would have come forward.”

 

 

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