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Sunday, October 14, 2018

Hanover Candidate Q & A

Hanover | by Robyn Garvey  

Bayshore Broadcasting asked municipal candidates where they stand on some key issues

To help inform you on the platforms of candidates running for mayor and council in the upcoming municipal election, Bayshore Broadcasting News reached out to all those seeking office in municipalities across Grey and Bruce counties.

Each local municipality will be posted daily over the the next week.

In Hanover, all candidates except Rick Hopkins returned responses to a series of questions posed by Bayshore Broadcasting News.

You can access the answers provided by each candidate by clicking on his or her name below.
Here are the questions we asked:

1) Hanover is bursting at the seams and in need of more land for development.  How would you address this challenge?

2) Many residents are expressing safety concerns regarding Hanover’s Trail System.  Much of this concern stems from ‘Tent City’, (individuals living in tents in the forested area near the trails.)  How should the Town address these safety concerns?

3) Would you support allowing a cannabis retail operation to set up shop in Hanover? 

Mayor Candidates

Sue Paterson (Incumbent)

Mary Winkler

Deputy Mayor Candidates

Selwyn Hicks (Incumbent)

Bill Roberts

Council Candidates

Peter Hambly (incumbent)

Steve Fitzsimmons (incumbent)

Hazel Pratt-Paige  (incumbent)

Ed King  (incumbent)

Warren Dickert

Harold Fleet

Ed Hotchkiss

Mike Schierz

Brandon Koebel

Dave Hocking

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