Pitt Meadows election 2014: Scott Magri

For Pitt Meadows council.

  • Nov. 12, 2014 5:00 a.m.

For Pitt Meadows council

• Name: Scott Magri.

• Residence: 202A – 19071 Ford Road, Pitt Meadows.

• Occupation/education: Rail car inspector and mechanic.

• Volunteer work: Katzie Slough Restoration Project.

• Who do you support for mayor: n/a



Question: Please provide an example of what you have done that qualifies you for council?

Answer: Working hard on the Katzie Slough restoration project for the last two years. Meeting with engineers, politicians of both Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows, and I am currently working with ARMS and Watershed Watch Salmon Society on this project. This project will not only bring life back to the ecosystem, but will bring fresh water for irrigation for the farmers.



Q: Who is funding your campaign?

A: Friends and family.

Q: What makes you stand out from other candidates?

A: I have lived I Pitt Meadows for 40 years and know the city well. In working with CP Rail for 28 years, I have learned the meaning of efficiency and will bring this aspect to council.



Q: How do you see your city developing in the next 10 years?

A: Redeveloping farmland to see it flourish once again as I believe that we will soon be the source of the nutrition that we have depended on California for far too long.



Q: What will be your top priority if elected to Pitt Meadows council?

A: To have Pitt Meadows run more efficiently and my individual voice on council to ensure that we are not spending needlessly.


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