Meet the Candidates: Jim Nelson

Village of Warfield: Nelson, Jim – Mayor Candidate

  • Oct. 31, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Jim Nelson is seeking your support as Mayor of the Village of Warfield.

Jim has a proven record of getting things done in past years.

For example, a group of Warfield citizens worked with Teck in the transfer of the water supply to the Village of Warfield on time and budget.

With the same persistent planning, the level of sharing of Teck industrial tax can be achieved, which would ease the tax burden n our citizens.

My goal is to continue volunteerism in the village and make Warfield a friendly family community supporting Webster School.

My motto is “Leadership, listening and respect for others.”

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