Randy 'can provide experienced leadership you can trust.”

Randy McLean

Randy "can provide experienced leadership you can trust.”

  • Nov. 1, 2011 8:00 p.m.

Mayor Randy McLean is a long time Princeton resident.  He grew up in the community and now owns Billy’s restaurant.

McLean is an active member of Rotary and long time Legion member (30 years).  He has three children with his wife Lynda.

McLean announces his run for mayor on the heels of seven years experience as a councillor and twelve years experience as mayor.  He served on the Fisheries Renewal Board, the Southern Interior Development Trust Board of Directors, the Regional District of the Okanagan Similkameen to the Board of the Southern Interior Beetle Action Coalition.

“Let us get together to map out our future. Our council has been extremely busy and completed a number of  projects and initiatives. I can provide experienced leadership you can trust.”


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