JOHN KOURY MEANS BUSINESS

Koury lauds deal as tax relief strategy

What happened to motion? Rewording questioned

Council rejects 2% tax cap

North Cowichan hopes to keep average-home tax hikes below 4% this year

We can’t afford this climate energy plan

North Cowichan pledges a model climate and energy plan

Councillors ask for info on proposed 2% tax increase cap

Councillor calls for cap on budget increase

Councillor Says Climate Action Plan Too Costly

Peninsula, Mt. Prevost Eyed For Park Designation

Koury Says Legal Secondary Suites Can Answer Affordable Housing Crisis

Stoney Hill Road Decision Curbed Until February Report and Talks with Tribes

Community Split as Council Delays Road Decision

Economic Focus A Necessity 

Notice of Motion – To End Two Tier Pool Fees – July 2012

Public Statement – Tax Bylaw 2012

Focus on Priorities – May 2012

North Cowichan Ready for a  Construction Boom

I have set my sights on the economy and jobs including;

* Planning for revitalization of the Chemanius town core and the University Village.
* Increasing service levels by removing barriers to business.
* Streamlining the development approval process to be more efficient and responsive.
* Creating bylaws to attract business and investment.
* Adoption of the Official Community Plan.
* Adoption of the Top 20 Priorities for North Cowichan.
* Adoption of the Economic Development Work Plan.
* Adoption of  the 5-year Financial Plan.
* A commitment to a new regional hospital and police station.
* Adoption of a public hearing process on Echo Heights.

“The road ahead is exciting. North Cowichan is home to families and open for business to help them grow. As a family man I know we need stability and certainty. We need good jobs and strong businesses. We need a place to live, work and play, everyday.”

Thank you for your continued support focusing on creating a climate that will stimulate the economy and create jobs, so that we can build and maintain our public services and amenities, while providing real value for taxpayers.

John Koury on Council for North Cowichan.

john@johnkoury.ca