Ron Sander 

Squamish council profile

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Occupation? General Manager Construction and Continuous Improvement - Neptune Bulk Terminals North Vancouver

Furthest place travelled? Japan West, Mexico South, Iceland North, Czechoslovakia East

Describe yourself in five words or less. Committed, driven, loyal, responsible & creative.

What is something people would be surprised to learn about you? I have a love for the arts.

Profile Questions:
What do you see as the top election issues? 1 - The local economy, developing family supporting jobs and revenue for Squamish to afford the amenities that our citizen's desire.

2 - Improving the service level of Municipal Hall to meet specific targets set by Council that encourage desired development, attract business and satisfy residents.

What would you do to enhance the environment for business? Build positive relationships with the Province, Federal Government and Squamish Nation to attract new business prospects. Work with Council to set process delivery targets, consistent fees, charges and expectations for developments.

Give an example of a difficult situation you have overcome. Working to help build the Operational Plans, and construct the infrastructure for the 2010 Games while working as Operations Manager at the RMOW, then having the pleasure of seeing our team succeed at delivering top quality results, under budget.

Where should people go to get more information about you? www.ronsander.ca

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