Rural Director Candidate: Bill Bosovich running in Area E

Regional District Kootenay Boundary (Area E): Bosovich, Bill – Rural Director Candidate

Bill Bosovich

My name is Bill Bosovich, and I have lived in the Boundary area for 62 years.

I am seeking your support in the upcoming election for regional director of Area E. I have been a selfemployed logging contractor and businessman in the Boundary area since 1972 and have seen many changes in the forest industry and the subsequent loss of employment opportunity in our area. I have survived two major economic downturns in my career and credit my survival to being a small and diversified company (not having all my eggs in one basket). I am a firm believer in small and medium size sustainable industry, and believe there are many opportunities in our area—be it forestry, tourism, value added, farming, ranching, manufacturing, etc.

I firmly believe that we live in the best area of the province with many natural resources, and if we work together with motivated leadership, we can have a vibrant economy, providing jobs for our local people and funding for our schools and recreational facilities.

With your support, if I am elected, I will do my utmost to be that motivated leader.

 

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