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Chamber outlines election priorities

Coming up to the municipal election in five weeks, the Timmins Chamber of Commerce is calling on City Hall to limit tax increases. And that, says president Dan Ayotte, can be achieved by controlling overall costs; putting priority on economic diversification; and developing new attraction and retention strategies.

At the top of Ayotte’s list of what he calls five crucial principles is open, direct communication and engagement with businesses and stakeholders.

To read the full document outlining what the Chamber wants to see in the next four years, click here.

Dan Ayotte (The Chamber)
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