I have attended Council and committee meetings for the past year and I am ready to represent you on Centre Wellington Council with up to date information. I have the time and the commitment to fill the position. I am someone who will champion resident concerns, hopes and aspirations to make the community stronger & connected.
This year we brought back the Duck race, soap box derby and parade starting the day with the Fire Department Foundation breakfast. Thank you to all the volunteers who assisted us on Canada Day and my Rotary to help make the day a success. As a volunteer, I enjoy helping my community.
Lisa believes strongly that a healthy prosperous community is achieved by the ability of leaders. Lisa is specialized in Governance that brings documented transparency to municipal governments through the engagement of the public.
Lisa has always been passionate about her community which include but are not limited to:
Water source protection as Chemical Engineering Technologist and advocate.
Mental Health support , procuring grants to support the IMPACT team for Wellington County.
Community supports through Canada Day Parade and Duck race.
Mental Health support for farmers
East Mill construction project
Hospice in Centre Wellington and the northern Townships of Wellington County.
Past President of Centre Wellington Rotary funding the Groves Hospital Foundation with the Grand Taste Event, Duck Race Canada Day and local parks.. Currently, raising funds for the new Hospice at the Wellington County campus, and supporting the Elora Centre for the Arts. Volunteer at fundraising events., Lisa has municipal experience includes Vice-Chair Wellington County Police Services Board. overseeing large scale budgets. Lisa is prepared to do the job of Councillor Ward 1.
Navigating the intricacies of municipal government, bylaws and knowing who to contact is part of the job as a local councillor. I'm here to help you with township concerns, so reach out anytime.
When neighbourhood concerns arise — if you don't tell me I'm unlikely to know about it.
I appreciate hearing from residents to keep me aware of happenings that affect residents living in the township. I'm standing by.
Both my husband and myself have deep roots in Ward one dating back to 1841 where my Great Grandfather was born in Salem and my husband's family (Walser) dating back to 1830. I have two children who are now grown. I currently hold two provincial appointments by Order in Council on recommendation of the Lieutenant -Governor of Ontario. I have served the public for many years helping the community behind the scenes with procuring grant funds., and advocating committees.
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I have been actively serving our community since before my children began school. As a leader of procuring grants, hospice and fundraising committees, Serving as Vice-Chair Wellington County Police Services Board, Director of the Groves Hospital Foundation Board, Director of Ontario Association of Police Services Boards and Past President of Rotary. I am passionate about making our town a better place for our children, adults and seniors by working with Centre Wellington and Wellington County to help with the childcare deficit.
You can count on the dedication of this community. There is always room for improvement, and I know I can support our ward in the areas we are struggling. I will improve the quality or our governance, fudiciary responsibility and human resources accountability while creating an atmosphere where the rate payers feel welcomed. Anyone should feel welcome at any council meeting.
Help me win this election so I can get to work! Handing out flyers at businesses, , but I also want to hear from you! Together, I believe we can find the solutions so our ward can improve. Please, reach out and get involved!
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