We asked Bill McKay about the political situation at City Hall and he didn’t have a lot to say on the topic…..
McKay is proud of a couple of accomplishments during the past year…..
He says red flags for him was the reorganization of the City’s economic development and tourism functions….
McKay is looking forward to 2018 which features a municipal election.
He’s hoping there’s a better turnout than the 33 per cent that voted the last time around.
McKay is also looking forward to putting a stamp on the City’s new affordable housing strategy, finding some local solutions to the opioid crisis and the work that will come with the legalization of marijuana that includes how growing, production and distribution will be handled.