What would you like to ask Hope’s Mayor on COVID-19?

Send us your questions, ahead of a conversation with Peter Robb

Hope’s Mayor Peter Robb will take your questions Thursday. Hope Standard file photo

The Hope Standard will be “sitting down” with Mayor Peter Robb this week and we’d like to hear from you. What do you want to know about the district’s response to COVID-19?

We will, in fact, be practicing safe physical distancing by speaking with the mayor over videoconferencing app Zoom. We’ll record our conversation and share it on our website and social media. Ahead of our chat, we’d like you to share with us questions you have for the mayor about the district’s COVID-19 response.

Send your questions to news@hopestandard.com by Wednesday at midnight.

We are also planning conversations with Fraser Valley Regional District Electoral Area A director Terry Raymond and Area B director Dennis Adamson. Send us your questions for these leaders as well, to news@hopestandard.com. +-


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