George Buhler is running to be the Area B Director for the Columbia Shuswap Regional District. (Submitted)

Election 2018: George Buhler running for CSRD trustee chair

George Buhler is running to be the director of Area B in the Columbia Shuswap Regional District in the upcoming municipal election.

“My reason for running for the CSRD candidate, is to listen and bring the concerns of the voters to the CSRD, and to make sure that their concerns are being heard,” Buhler said in an email. “I will also question the high tax rate for the services that are provided. I will work hard to get the CSRD voters the services that the are paying for.”

Buhler moved to Revelstoke in 1969.

“I have a passion for Revelstoke and it has been good to me and my family and I wish the same experience for everyone,” Buhler said.

Buhler has seen many changes in Revelstoke and worked with all levels of government including the city of Revelstoke, during his 40 years in business.

Now retired, Buhler feels he has both the time and the passion to represent the residents of the regional district.

Read more about the election here.


 

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