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LETTER: Stay strong Revelstoke City Council

First off Happy New Year to everyone and especially our new council, Cody, Steve, Nichole, Michael, Rob, Jackie and our Mayor Gary.

Thank you for putting your hats in the ring. Your sacrifice will not go unnoticed, you were all voted into office by people who know and trust you so let your inner intuition guide you and your decision.

Don’t be influenced by threats, bad feedback, peoples perceived knowledge ( oh by the way Tim not a bad letter last week), don’t let the tail wag the dog!

Patience will be your best friend. Proven knowledge, morals and positive community involved decisions all done in an open and respectful way will be our path to a beautiful successful community, development must be done with no surprises.

Say what you mean and mean what you say, don’t deceive the public. We are pretty smart!

Please don’t let our downtown core lose just that, our core! This is the heart of our town. Stay strong and open.

-Daren Corneliuson

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