Municipal Election 2018

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Preserving old hospital key to Port Hope’s future, says Jenkins

Port Hope council candidate Anthony Jenkins takes on the Ward Street hospital debate and Southbridge, the property owner, as he defends the preservation of the heritage site. This is one of the major issues for the election. It is part of an extensive interview on Consider This Live, part of the municipal election series on Northumberland 89.7 FM. Continue Reading →

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Affordable housing a priority for Port Hope, says Andrews

Port Hope incumbent Councillor Les Andrews talks about his record, affordable housing, taxes and the future of the town on Consider This Live, part of the municipal election series on Northumberland 89.7 FM. Continue Reading →

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Municipal Election 2018: Everdell offers his views on key issues in Port Hope

Port Hope council candidate Ian Everdell talks about transparency, openness and the old hospital, along with the future of Port Hope during a conversation on Consider This Live. It is part of the municipal election series on Northumberland 89.7 FM. Continue Reading →

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Municipal Election 2018: Cobourg clerk explains voting process and procedures

Municipal clerk Brent Lamer talks in-depth about the rules and procedures around voting in the upcoming election. As the returning officer, he explains the process around how to vote, the rules around campaigning and other specifics with Dave Glover, host of the Drive Time. It is part of the Municipal Election series on Northumberland 89.7 FM. Continue Reading →

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Municipal Election 2018: Whittaker shares what he is hearing on the campaign trail

Port Hope council candidate Sam Whittaker talks about his platform and what he is hearing on the streets as he campaigns, during Consider This Live. It is part of the Municipal Election series on Northumberland 89.7 FM. Continue Reading →

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Municipal Election 2018: Coombs addresses achievements and critics

Incumbent Marc Coombs is seeking a third term as mayor of Cramahe Township. On Consider This Live, he outlines his accomplishments on council, but also defends himself against his criticism regarding openness. transparency and his voting record. It is part of the Municipal Election series on Northumberland 89.7 FM.   Continue Reading →

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Municipal Election 2018: Mutton strongly favours Q&A session during council sessions

 

Former Cobourg councillor Miriam Mutton is looking to return to politics. After a failed mayoral bid in 2014, she is hoping to re-ignite her chances to serve once more. On¬†Consider This Live, she talks about her strong support for a question and answer period at council meetings, along with her ideas around affordable housing. It is part of the Municipal Election series on Northumberland 89.7 FM. Continue Reading →

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Municipal Election 2018: Darling outlines his vision for keeping property taxes down

Cobourg councillor Brian Darling is running for re-election. He came on Consider This Live to discuss his position on the waterfront development, question period at council meetings and much more. He says property taxes should look after the town’s needs and the dividends from the utilities and industrial park to get the extras. It is part of the Municipal Election series on Northumberland 89.7 FM. Continue Reading →

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Municipal Election 2018: Van Egmond runs for third term on Cramahe council

Incumbent Cramahe Township councillor Ed Van Egmond talks about his political experience, moving on to critical issues as part of an interview with Drive Time host Dave Glover. It is all part of Consider This Live’s municipal coverage on Northumberland 89.7 FM. Continue Reading →

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Municipal Election 2018: Raymond Benns uses traditional approach to run in Alnwick/Haldimand Township

Veteran Councillor Raymond Benns bocks at 21st-century politics online. He just puts up signs and knocks on doors – a successful strategy that has kept him in office for more than 20 years in Alnwick/Haldimand Township. Benns shares his views on the Russ Creek access road controversy, the Vernonville Community Centre,¬† upgrading the fire service and more during his interview on Consider This Live, part of the municipal election series for Northumberland 89.7 FM. Continue Reading →

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