Welcome to Your Kamloops!: My 2014 platform accountability….
Election platforms should mean something. In each of my 4 previous city council campaigns, I have produced some type of platform document. I always keep my 2014 platform one pager handy and it’s always been readily accessible from the top menu bar on this website. And below is an image of the platform in its entirety. I feel pretty good about keep this commitments over the past three and and half years of this term. And there is at least one commitment that I feel I haven’t worked on enough yet. Under the “Healthy, Socially Responsible Community”, I haven’t really worked too much on exploring a recreation centre for active aging seniors. I don’t feel good about this.
I do feel good about the work I have contributed to on the rest of my platform commitments. I would certainly want to hear from folks who might think I didn’t do enough work. I’ll spend time over the next months detailing here the work done on each of the commitments.
As I work to earn community support for reelection again, I would love your feedback on what might be included in my 2018 platform.
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Arjun is a trained facilitator and is currently co-chair of the Canadian Community for Dialogue and Deliberation.
Arjun was born and raised in Kamloops. His parents, Dr Gur and Mrs Manju Singh, immigrated to Canada from India in the 1960s. He previously served on council from 2005-2008. He has a MA in Professional Communication from Royal Roads University and a Certificate in Dialogue, Deliberation, and Public Engagement from Fielding Graduate University.
Arjun welcomes your questions or feedback on any community issue or initiative.
Since 2005, he has written a blog for Kamloops citizens and people interested in Kamloops – www.yourkamloops.com.My Blog Posts