- Develop a Community Safety Plan, which includes a city-backed plan for providing support for our most vulnerable community members
- Spend the money already set aside for public improvement projects like sidewalk instalments Create and maintain an efficient workplace culture in Campbell River City Hall
- Create and maintain an efficient workplace culture in Campbell River City Hall
- Increase available lot inventory for development
Kermit is committed to the shop’s motto: Come in as a customer and leave as a friend.
This sense of service and duty has extended into local politics; having just wrapped up his first term on City Council, Kermit understands the issues that Campbell River is facing this election.
With a progressive, cohesive council behind him, he is ready to help Campbell River move into the best version of itself.
Reason for running
We can do better. I truly believe that by doing the little things right, we can make big things happen for Campbell River.
We are in the midst of a housing crisis. We need improved public safety measures, which includes support for those struggling with addiction and homelessness. Our local businesses are struggling. And our current political leadership can only seem to find solutions in raising taxes, and patting themselves on the back that we aren't the last in line when it comes to comparable cities in BC.