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Kingston, Ont. Mayor Bryan Paterson to seek re-election – Kingston

Kingston, Ont., Mayor Bryan Paterson’s title will likely be on the poll for the third straight time on Oct. 24.

Monday, Paterson introduced he will likely be looking for re-election within the upcoming municipal election.

“Within the midst of robust instances, I consider we will rise to satisfy our challenges collectively,” stated Paterson. “That’s why I’ve determined to run for re-election this fall. Critical instances require skilled management and a observe file of bringing individuals collectively and getting issues finished.”

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Paterson says his priorities for the upcoming time period embody increasing housing choices, creating new partnerships to satisfy group challenges and serving to ease the price of residing.

Paterson was first elected to Kingston metropolis council in 2010 as a councillor for Trillium District. He was elected Kingston’s 96th mayor in 2014 and re-elected with 69 per cent of the vote in 2018.

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“This yr we had one of many lowest property tax will increase of any metropolis within the province, and we did that as a result of we’re capable of channel that development, to nonetheless have the ability to present key companies however hold taxes low.”


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