Council Candidate: Tim Lavery running for Salmon Arm Council

City of Salmon Arm: Lavery, Tim – Council Candidate

  • Oct. 15, 2014 6:00 p.m.

Tim Lavery - Council Candidate

I moved with my wife Nancy Kolkind to Salmon Arm 20 years ago to be closer to family and because of the uniqueness this city offers. We have two daughters and are actively involved in our schools, recreation, sports, arts and events.

I’ve recently retired from a rewarding career as an educator who made a real difference. I’ll bring that dedication and public sector experience to the new council.

I view our city like I view my own neighbourhood. We listen to, learn from and look out for each other. See www.timlavery.ca for much more information including my Action Plan.

 

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