McClean eager to keep seat

District of Coldstream: Incumbent councillor Peter McClean hopes to continue work on unfinished business

Coun. Peter McClean is looking to retain his seat on council.

Peter McClean served as a councillor in Coldstream previously and was voted back during the last election. He is once again putting his name forward during this next round as he hopes to continue his work on unfinished businesses.

“I would like to continue being involved with the development of latest version of the Coldstream OCP so that when it is completed it will provide a direction for our community and council to follow so that Coldstream will continue to be a healthy and sustainable partner within the North Okanagan,” said McClean, a 59-year-old husband of 34 years and father of three.

“I want to continue to work  protecting and promoting our agricultural community by encouraging and supporting the agricultural activities of today and those of the future.

“I would also much prefer to be involved with the process regarding our residential and agricultural water system after the referendum and not sit idly by.”

 

 

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