Arlene Arlow seeks Keremeos mayor role

Candidate has served two terms on Keremeos council

After serving two terms on Keremeos Village Council, I am throwing my hat in the ring for Mayor of Keremeos.

This is what I stand for: working for and answering to the citizens of Keremeos, better working relationship with business, improving downtown road signage for visitors, 30 kilometre speed limit in the four-block downtown core of 7th Avenue, increasing our Village fiscal reserves for emergencies, regional public transportation system, increased affordable housing, attract light industry, more funding for the library, improve town hill and riparian park (aesthetics and fire resistance), affordable aquatic centre, fostering a bond between the school and Village Council, work with citizens, business and First Nations to make Keremeos a hospitality-driven community and improve downtown aesthetics and boulevard maintenance including more bike stands and banners.

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