Sheila Mizera says her commitment to economic development, reducing red tape and push towards economic diversification are her goals if elected as Mayor of Rocky Mountain House.
Mizera moved to Rocky in 2002 and has sat on Town council for three terms, 10 years. Mizera currently sits on numerous committees like, Affordable Housing, Airport, Family & Community Support Services(FCSS), Inter-Municipal Development Plan Committee, Municipal Planning Commission (Alternate), Physician Recruitment (Alternate), Rocky Community Learning Council and Rocky Senior Housing Council o/a Westview Lodge.
As Mayor, Mizera says she will work relentlessly and collabratively with Town and County councils to ensure the Town is a place to enjoy, and pass onto future generations. Mizera also says on her Facebook page, that financial accountability, listening and building relationships is important, and in order to achieve that there will need to be a Mayor and Council who have open minds and truly listen to each other’s views.
Hiring the right CAO, growth and making the town more attractive are among the issues Mizera says she is most passionate about, pushing her to be Mayor.
What experience do you have that would be a good asset to be Mayor?
What do you want to accomplish if elected as Mayor?
What strategic plans/moves are you wanting to make?
What is your vision for Rocky Mountain House?
Election day is October 16.
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