A local events and social media consultant wants clear communication in the Friendly City.
WOODSTOCK- A local businessman wants to bring better communication to Woodstock City Council.
Jason Norris has been living in the Friendly City for 8 years and loves the closeness of the community compared to where he lived before in Toronto.
When the pandemic hit he became disappointed with how he felt City Council handled the situation.
"I felt especially during COVID our council disappeared. When we needed them the most we didn't hear from them."
As an events and social media consultant, Norris knows the importance of communication between Council and the small businesses they work with.
"Really what I want out of this election is just for people to vote. You know get out and have your say! You know what they say, if you don't vote you can't complain."
Some other concerns he wishes to address should he become a councillor include the homeless crisis, affordable housing, and the possibility of a new community centre.
The municipal election will take place on October 24th. Those looking for more information on his campaign can find it here.