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Friday, February 5, 2016

MP Stetski Responds, by Michael Morris

By Michael J Morris

Wayne Stetski. the Member of Parliament for Kootenay-Columbia, has advised  he has met with Cranbrook Mayor Lee Pratt on city priorities for infrastructure and a general discussion.

Responding to my Michael's Musings column by email, Mr. Stetski said he "wanted me to know that he "arranged a meeting with Mayor Pratt and CAO (Wayne) Staudt on January 13 to get the city's priorities for infrastructure and for a general discussion." 

He did not provide further details. 

Mr. Stetski added: "I have met individually with all of the East Kootenay Mayors including Elkford, Sparwood, Fernie, Kimberley, Canal Flats, Invermere, and Radium and several of the RDEK Directors, as well as the Mayors of Salmo and Nelson.

"When I'm back from Ottawa next week I'll be doing community visits with constituents and community leaders in Field, Golden and Revelstoke. Interesting to hear about their challenges and their successes."

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