Meet the Candidates: Ted Pahl

Village of Warfield: Pahl, Ted – Mayor Candidate

  • Oct. 31, 2014 10:00 a.m.

Ted Pahl, 45, is a 10-year employee at Kootenay Savings where he is Senior Manager of Sales working directly with all Kootenay Savings branches. He has volunteered as a firefighter with Warfield fire department, with the Board of Directors for KBRH Hospital Foundation and with the Kootenay Youth Soccer Association as a coach.

I believe in a transparent government that acts with integrity and two way communication.

As mayor I will work with the other communities in our region to improve this community’s access to all the services and programs available. My first action will be to secure a long term agreement around recreation and library usage. I will also ensure this government has planned for and is prepared for the future needs of this community.

We will create a social media strategy that includes a website refresh, Facebook and Twitter accounts. In addition I will ensure that the residents have greater access to all information and facts that impact you.  There are decisions that as a community we need to make; and as a government we will gather all the facts and disclose everything to our residents.

Warfield has always held a special place in the hearts of its residents, it’s my vision that we not forget our great history, but also get a clear focus on the future and what we must do to ensure our future is bright and our community remains strong. Change Starts Here

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