Election 2014: Unelection Campaign to sponsor all-candidates meeting on Friday, Nov. 7

Peter Holt to moderate meeting at George Preston Recreation Centre

  • Oct. 31, 2014 12:00 p.m.

The Unelection Campaign is sponsoring an all-candidates meeting for Langley Township mayor and council candidates on Friday, Nov. 7.

This will be an evening of questions and answers for all mayor and councillor candidates running in the 2014 Township of Langley municipal election. Peter Holt will serve as the moderator.

He is an experienced Metro Vancouver moderator with extensive experience in organizing and managing the format of meetings such as this. In recent years, in addition to operating his own business, he completed a three-year contract as CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade and has been closely involved with Metro Vancouver’s public outreach programs. Since 2007, he has moderated over 60 of Metro Vancouver’s sustainability dialogues, while continuing to provide management consulting services in his areas of expertise.

Questions will focus on issues concerning residents of the Township, including the future development of the Brookswood and Fernridge communities. Questions from the audience will be taken.

The event takes place at George Preston Recreation Centre, 20699 42 Ave., from 7 to 9 p.m.

More information about the Unelection Campaign is available at www.unelectioncampaign.ca.

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