FVRD candidate: Taryn Dixon

Fraser Valley Regional District: Dixon, Taryn – Director, Area H: Dixon hopes to encourage strong communities, responsible growth

Taryn Dixon.

Taryn Dixon has announced  that she is running in the upcoming Municipal Election for the position of Electoral Area Director for Area H.

Taryn grew up in Chilliwack and shortly after marriage moved to Cultus Lake with her husband Ron.  For the last 22 years they have been residents of  Columbia Valley .  Dixon has seen growth and changes over the years and has keen understanding of needs of the area.   Her background in teaching  and her 19 years in educational administration have provided her with knowledge,  leadership opportunities and skills that will serve her well as Area H Director.   She has extensive training and skills in communication, relationship building , problem solving and conflict resolution . She regularly works with diverse teams of  people to find creative solutions to complex problems. Dixon will use these skills to be a strong advocate for the residents of Electoral Area H.

She believes in strong communities and neighbourhoods , responsible growth and will endeavour to preserve valuable agricultural land, fight against threats to our sensitive air shed and protect the rivers, parks and green spaces.

Dixon is excited about the opportunity to serve as Area H Director and believes the new Area will allow for a greater voice to those living in the region. She is looking forward to serving the residents of Cultus Lake, Columbia Valley and Lindell Beach

For more information contact Taryn Dixon at   taryndixon.cv@gmail.com

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