Steve Kent is running for city council in the upcoming municipal election. (Submitted)

Election 2018: Steve Kent running for city council

Steve Kent is running for city council in the upcoming municipal election.

“I’m running for city council because I feel I can do a good job of it,” he said in an email. “With 14 years of experience working in the Provincial government (BC Parks), I am comfortable making decisions in a team environment and am used to the challenges encountered within bureaucratic processes.”

Kent also has 16 years of experience working as a local contractor, gaining insight into the character of our community and a practical, pragmatic approach to problem solving.

“I have lived in many communities over the years and, as such, have developed an open minded, objective perspective which I feel would be valuable to council and the community,” Kent said. “The next four years will, in all likelihood, come with many important decisions for Revelstoke and I would like to have the opportunity to be part of that process.”

Read more about the election here.

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