Duncan praises existing board as he goes for five in a row

Loren Duncan has served notice he intends to reclaim his position as CVRD director for Cowichan Station-Sahtlam-Glenora for a fifth consecutive term.

“Some agendas which I have worked towards have been accomplished, such as an acquisition fund for strategic parkland acquisition,” he said in an email to the News Leader Pictorial.

“Unfortunately, and regrettably, my passion for a regional growth management plan has been a source of frustration, but I have hope reason will prevail, or that the province will order one done.

“That said, I do wish to continue to add to the unique, diverse, and rich cultural mosaic, particularly political culture, that has been past CVRD boards.

“The present CVRD Board is in my opinion the best of the several I have been exposed to, and hope the next is even better.”

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