Tim Palmer is running for Revelstoke City Council. (Submitted)

Election 2018: Former CAO running for city council in Revelstoke

Tim Palmer worked for the city from 2011-2015

Tim Palmer is running for city council in the upcoming municipal election.

“I want to help the Revelstoke Council and the City of Revelstoke administration and operations to perform better,” he said in an email.

Specifically he said he sees a need for better public engagement and feedback on issues, perseverance and enhancement of natural amenities and decisions made for residents first.

Palmer was Revelstoke’s Chief Administrative Officer from 2011 until 2015 and has also done consulting for the Village of Valemount, District of Clearwater, District of Sicamous, Village of Nakusp and the City of Rossland as well as serving as CAO in Burns Lake.

Palmer has lived in Revelstoke for eight years.

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