Attrill running for re-election to Chilliwack council this fall

Points to history advocating for housing for homeless, seniors and farmland protection

Incumbent city councillor Sue Attrill announced she is running for re-election this fall for a fourth term.

“I love my job as a city councillor and will continue to commit the time and effort it takes to be a great team member at City Hall,” said Attrill in a release.

“We are finally at the point where we will see amazing changes in our downtown. I can’t wait to see our dreams come to fruition.”

First elected to city council in 2008, she said her record shows she has:

• Fought for housing for homeless/seniors

• Protected irreplaceable farmland

• Increased funding for police/fire

• Taken a strong business approach and avoiding debt

• Supported infrastructure improvements

• Promoted projects improving quality of life

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