Kim considers Princeton his home for life.

Kim Maynard

Kim moved to Princeton with his family in 1978 and considers it his home for life.

  • Nov. 1, 2011 4:00 p.m.

Kim Maynard moved to Princeton with his family in 1978 and considers it his home for life. “I love this area and the town.” Kim sees the town as moving in a positive direction, and  “would like to be a part of that.”

Through his volunteer work as President of the Vermilion Trails Society and as a member of the Official Community Planning Board, he has gained experience working together with Council, RDOS and upper levels of Provincial and Federal government.

Kim is a 34 year member of the Royal Canadian Legion and a member of the Princeton and District Museum Society.

Kim’s largest concern for the community is “the crumbling of our hospital.” He has a great respect for the staff of PGH, and would like to see it become a vibrant, fully operating facility again.

Kim sees areas in which he feels he could be helpful to the community. “I am honest and will do the best job I can for the town of Princeton.”


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