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RE-ELECT

SHELDON PARSONS

?Working for Wallaceburg?

RE-ELECT

JEFF WESLEY

A STRONG VOICE FOR WALLACEBURG! Keep the last Mayor of Wallaceburg working for you! When our Hospital, Pool, Bridge and Drinking Water were threatened Jeff stood up for Wallaceburg and always put Wallaceburg first! ON OCT 27 TH jeff@votejeffwesley.com David Gough/Courier Press/david.gough@sunmedia.ca Ward 4 (North Kent) candidates relax before a radio all-candidates debate held at the CKXS studios on Oct. 16. Ward 5 (Wallaceburg) candidates also held an allcandidates debate the same evening.

Candidates discuss issues on the airwaves

David Gough Courier Press Wallaceburg radio station CKXS held an all-candidates debate on Oct. 16, with the four candidates taking part in a mostly a cordial affair. It has been a quiet campaign in Ward 5 (Wallaceburg) so far, as the radio debate was the only allcandidates meeting set in Wallaceburg. There has been no public events scheduled for voters to meet the four candidates. Wallaceburg has had a number of contentious ward issues in the past four years, such as having both the walking bridge and Sydenham indoor pool on the budget chopping block before being saved after a large public outcry. The most spirited part of the debate was when the candidates talked about where cuts could or couldn?t be made in upcoming budgets. All four candidates spoke at length about the budget process and how they would work while on council to save money. While most of the debate took the form of a question and answer session, the discussion about budgets and taxes bounced back and forth between the candidates. The Ward 5 candidates were asked if they felt Wallaceburg was shortchanged compared to the rest of Chatham-Kent. Incumbent Sheldon Parsons disagreed with the notion. ?No. There is no infighting going on,? Parsons said. H e n o t e d t h a t Chatham-Kent is a big place and Chatham seems to get more because it?s a bigger place. ?(There has been) a lot of investment in our community,? Parsons said, noting investments in the pool, bridge and hospital. ?People believe that (Wallaceburg is shortchanged), but it?s not true? CONTINUED > PAGE 2

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