All Candidates meeting is set for July 31

All Candidates meeting will be held at the Legion Hall on July 31

The Princeton and District Chamber of Commerce will host an All Candidates meeting on July 31, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall.

Mayoral candidates Frank Armitage, Rosemary Doughty and Councillor candidates Doug Pateman and Rob Rubis will be present.

This is an opportunity for residents to come out to hear what the candidates have to say, ask questions of them and get their views on what ever topics are asked about.

If you have a question that you would like asked, but prefer not to do so in a public forum, or can not attend the meeting, you may submit your question to the chamber by Friday, July 27.

Bring your question to the chamber office located at 105 Highway 3 East or email chamber@nethop.net.

 

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