Council: Hartmann, Stuart

District of Hope: Hartmann, Stuart - Council candidate

  • Nov. 12, 2014 6:00 p.m.

Stuart Hartmann

What is your background or political experience?

I have 14 years in the oil and gas industry before moving to Hope five years ago.  I have worked construction the last two years and I am currently exploring the entrepreneurial arena. I am a life coach and photographer working here in Hope and around the Fraser Valley.

 

What are the most pressing issues facing Hope?

There are a number of big issues facing Hope today. We are poised on the cusp of huge change and that is a scary but exciting place to be. What will it look like and how will it affect our lives? Also facing Hope in midst of this huge change is an aging infrastructure that needs to be dealt with.

 

If elected, what would be your main priority as councillor?

If elected to Hope my main priority on council would be to re-establish the downtown core as a vibrant, energetic and beautiful hub of our town.  To deal with the problems plaguing our town head on  with passion, clarity and transparency. To use my experience and skills in the most  positive way for Hope.

 

Why should people vote for you?

I have an undeniable passion for this town. I truly want to give back to this amazing place for forever altering my life. I believe I have a unique skill set, I am a positive presence, an honest person and will work hard for you and this town. That is why people of Hope should vote for me.

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