Mayor Bumstead announces he's running for re-election

Taylor MacIntyre


Dawson Creek Mayor Dale Bumstead, announced on Tuesday that he will be running for re-election in this year's upcoming Municipal elections.
Mayor Bumstead was voted into office in September of 2013, with around 60 per cent of the vote.
Since that time, he says he has been able to implement some great initiatives with his team at City Hall and he's had a positive response from the public.
"One of the things I really feel like I've been able to do is communication and transparency of information and let people know what we're doing and what we're working on,” explains Mayor Bumstead. “I've got that feedback from the community; people like the feeling that they're connecting to City Hall, as a result of that."
Mayor Bumstead also says he's passionate about the community and he's excited to have his name back on the ballot.
"Dawson Creek is hometown. I was born and raised here, both my bride and I. We raised our family here and now that I'm retired and I have the time, I really like the idea of trying to give back.” Mayor Bumstead adds, “I love the role of Mayor and I love being involved in the community and I really enjoy it. I love the community, so I'm really excited about the opportunity to try to do four more years, if I can get re-elected."
The Mayor says he feels like he is making a difference in the City of Dawson Creek.
(Picture courtesy of the City of Dawson Creek.)

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