I believe that one of Prince George’s greatest economic development opportunities is its abundance of indoor and outdoor recreational activities.
We cannot reduce crime, poverty, or addictions – including the opioid crisis on our own. We have and will continue to work with the BC Government to come up with solutions to these matters.
More work needs to be done regarding the rezoning and permitting process to ensure the environmental, social, and economic impacts are disclosed and discussed clearly and promptly.
We need to hold ourselves, and City staff, responsible for making decisions and operating in alignment with Council’s policies, goals, objectives, and strategies. We need to establish a clear direction, focus attention on key initiatives, and make decisions in consideration of community and corporate goals.
I am an avid outdoors person. I enjoy all the trails around Prince George and I get out as often as I can. What really makes me angry is the garbage that is so carelessly dumped in our greenspaces. Often at the end of a road or off the beaten path, it has become a real problem.