Election 2018: Gary Sulz running for mayor in Revelstoke

Sulz was first elected as a councillor in 2014

Current Revelstoke City Councillor Gary Sulz running for mayor in the upcoming municipal election. (Submitted)

Gary Sulz is running for mayor in the upcoming municipal election.

Sulz currently a City Councillor is running for Mayor this time around.

“I’ve been in service to this community as a funeral director for the past 34 years and I have seen and experienced much change during these years,” Sulz said in a news release. “My ability to actively listen brings with it a sense of understanding of community needs. My management style will enhance trust within all sectors of our community. I feel that by my example others will feel empowered knowing that we work together for the benefit of the entire community. I believe Revelstoke has come a long way in the past few decades and is now ready to embrace positive action through someone who understands it’s needs and it’s people. I feel I am the right person to lead our community forward.”

This was Sulz first term in council.

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