Show notes as provided by Glenn Holstine:I am running for a 3rd time in 11 years. 2011 I ran for a Council Seat. 2018 I ran for Mayor. My main concern for this City is a new Emergency Services Building that is 26 years overdue. The current Firehall was a Temporary Building that was highly recommended for replacement in 1996. A Seismic event would cause a structure failure which would be catastrophic for our Emergency Services response. The Ambulance Station is also in a compromised state. Waterworks / City Plumbing is in dire straits. Basically, our City requires upgrades that are non negotiable. They are of an utmost importance and necessity for the basic needs of our community. Elder care / Hospice is needing a very large undertaking of support so that our City is readily prepared for our aging population. City name change has to be more debated and compromise on all sides is required for a fair and diplomatic outcome in our democratic process. I can also be found on LinkedIn as Captain Glenn Holstine.