Cultus Lake Park Board: Lawrence J. M. Payeur

Cultus Lake Park Board: Payeur, Lawrence – Park board director: Payeur seeks another term on park board

  • Oct. 20, 2014 8:00 a.m.

Larry Payeur.

Lawrence J. M. Payeur

Born:   Thetford Mines   P.Q.

August 24, 1951

Married to Mary-Jean

British Columbia resident since 1972

Full time Cultus Lake resident since 2008

Businessman, semi-retired

President:   Fraser Valley British Motor Club

Elected Cultus Lake Park Commissioner,  November  2011

Chair:  Bylaw Committee

Vice-Chair:   Future plan Committee

Member:    Boating Task Force

I was elected to the Board in 2011 with the goal of increasing both the financial and electoral accountability of the Board.  We have made significant strides in both areas.

Now we need to work together to update the Cultus Lake Park Act of 1932 to reflect our community’s current and ongoing requirements, and create a stable, well-managed platform for the Park to thrive for future generations.  Major focus areas will include careful consideration related to growth, and the creation a year-round environment geared for all ages, from young families to seniors.

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