Lynda Hundleby - council candidate

Election 2014: Council candidate Lynda Hundleby

Township of Esquimalt: Hundleby, Lynda - council candidate

  • Nov. 6, 2014 4:00 p.m.

Bio

Lynda is a third generation Chinese-Canadian, born and raised in Vancouver, B.C., a graduate of UBC. She is married to Walt, mother of two adult children, grandmother of one. They have been residents of Esquimalt in Rockheights for over 35 years. Currently an Esquimalt councillor, Lynda has been honoured to serve in this capacity for 12 years. She retired from a professional pharmacy career, served six years on Esquiamlt’s Parks and Recreation Commission, and spent many years at all levels of Parent Advisory Councils. Including VCPAC. Lynda enjoys cooking (and eating!), baking, crafts, travelling, the arts, music, her extended family and her many friendships.

 

Why should I vote for you?

Together with my professional and family life experiences, I bring 12 years of local and regional knowledge, service and commitment as an elected Esquimalt councillor, to the next four-year term. People say I have done an excellent job. I promise to continue the same good work.

 

Your main goal if elected?

I will work respectfully and cooperatively with council to maintain fiscal accountability and advocate public involvement. Esquimalt’s Economic Development Strategy with its many initiatives, like energizing the downtown area, promoting heritage, arts and culture; and the best wastewater treatment plan from the many complex options available, excluding McLoughlin Point.

Website: www.lyndahundleby.com

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