Ron Bahm 

Squamish candidate profile

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Occupation : Concrete high rise superintendent / auto repair business owner

Furthest place traveled . New Brunswick

Describe yourself in five words or less. Honest, compassionate, fair, helpful

What is something people would be surprised to learn about you? I like gardening.

Profile Questions:
What do you see as the top election issues? Jobs - community spirit. We need a redirection of city hall policies. Drugs and crime prevention measures need to focus on youth.

What would you do to enhance the environment for business? Redirect city hall polices and get the word out to developers and investors that it is time to do business right now. When you mention Squamish the word "no" comes up right away.

Give an example of a difficult situation you have overcome. A sub-contractor had to get the doors and baseboards up on three floors of a high rise and he was three weeks behind schedule. I gave him everything he needed to get it done in one day and he ultimately said if I didn't help him he would have been fined for being behind schedule.

Where should people go to get more information about you? Call 604-848-8406 or e-mail ronbahm@msn.com.

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