City council hopefuls say why they are running and what they will bring to the table
City council hopefuls say why they are running and what they will bring to the table.
There are 20 people on the ballot for this year’s municipal election in Corner Brook.
On Sept. 26, the city’s residents will choose either incumbent Charles Pender or challenger Jim Parsons to serve as mayor for the next four years, and will select six names from a field of 18 vying for the city councilor positions.
The Western Star contacted all of them to ask a few questions that could help voters make their choices.
We asked all 20 why they are running for city council and what they will bring to the council table.
We asked the two mayoral candidates their thoughts on what is the most important aspect of leading council and the city’s future direction.