“A practical, common sense approach is needed to solve common problems” says mayoral candidate for the upcoming Sunshine Coast elections, Warren Blee.
Sunshine Coast Elections
While others choose to exchange personal and political barbs, Sunshine Coast Mayoral candidate Brett Winkler continues to deliver strong policy commitment that will get more people working and learning on the Sunshine Coast.
Today, mayoral candidate Mark Jamieson launched his Convention and Exhibition Centre policy. A profitable convention and exhibition centre capable of attracting major economic benefit and building community pride is a must”. Mr Jamieson said
Mayoral candidate for the Sunshine Coast Mark Jamieson today clarified his position in relation to the ownership of the Sunshine Coast Airport , one of the topics canvassed at last week’s Mayoral Forum.
Mayoral Candidate Mark Jamieson has questioned the approach of opponent Debbie Blumel over her continual reliance on Government handouts to support her policies
Warren Blee, mayoral candidate, has said that growing the economy through the development and promotion of the Coast as a research hub for environmental and scientific research and education is key.
Mayoral candidate Cr Debbie Blumel today released her policy to protect people and property in the face of more frequent and severe weather events and rising sea levels and to promote responsible land use planning
It was the issue that galvanised Cr Debbie Blumel into standing for Mayor in the 2012 Sunshine Coast Council election. So it is fitting that her first major campaign announcement is her water reform policy, aptly named ‘Community Water’.
I would like to announce my intention to nominate as a Candidate for Division 5 at the upcoming 2012 Sunshine Coast Council elections, scheduled for the end of March next year.