Mayor Candidate: Barry Noll running in City of Greenwood

City of Greenwood: Noll, Barry - Council Candidate

Barry Noll

Greenwood Residents

If elected mayor, I’m committed to providing leadership with vision and do my part for a community working together.

I envision a community working towards its full potential; a community working toward mutual prosperity; a community supporting and sustaining one another and this remarkable city we all enjoy living in.

I believe in a decision making process based on facts with open honest consultation. “Transparency is crucial” citizens’ input is vital in discussions, along with relevant professionals who bring the education and experience necessary for informed decisions, future plans, and vision casting. It’s important that as a community we all work together for the common good of citizens, organizations and businesses.

Every year along highway 3 an average of 750,000 motorists pass through Greenwood.

Greenwood has some of British Columbia’s most original turn of the century buildings, the inheritance of an amazing history within the backdrop of one of Canada’s very unique and historical mining landmarks. For travelers, Canada’s smallest city leaves everlasting memories to everyone who passes through it. It is our collective responsibility to have this city prosper, not just for us, but for all of British Columbia!

Our History is a gold mine which will provide today’s revenue to insure a rich future “not solely based on property taxes” but with a strong tourism and business community, that benefits us all.

As community members you have the opportunity to elect a council and mayor that will represent our city. I believe that together with innovative and creative ideas, carried forward with action by community leaders with vision and passion, we will create community trust and pride. Let’s work together towards prosperity, and a rewarding future.

For leadership with vision cast your vote for Mayoral Candidate Barry Noll

Greenwood is Gold just like its water!

Thank-you

 

 

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