Lake Cowichan: Hornbrook, Frank–Councillor Candidate

Lake Cowichan: Hornbrook, Frank–Councillor Candidate answers questions about his candidacy.

  • Oct. 29, 2014 7:00 a.m.

Lake Cowichan: Hornbrook

Occupation: Retired

Why are you running for public office?

love my Town

What are your top 3 issues and how do you plan to tackle these issues, if elected?

To keep as much of the Town of Lake Cowichan tax dollars in Lake Cowichan.

How do you plan to manage taxes and spending?

Through a team effort with other council members

What do you think it takes to lead Lake Cowichan?

team leadership

Describe your leadership or co-working style.

just a common sense approach

How many council meetings have you attended in the last six months?

all

 

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