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Recognizing we could no longer be "the town that waits for business to come," Brice lobbied to establish an economic development program and hire an economic development officer. This was a first for the Town of Slave Lake.
Committed to representing tax payers, Brice prioritizes keeping tax increases well below inflation. In 2019 & 2021, Slave Lake experienced a 0% tax increase and an increase of only 1.5% in 2020.
A Strong Voice for Slave Lake
On October 18th, re-elect a lifetime resident of Slave Lake with a proven track record. Brice Ferguson is committed to hearing your concerns and building a better and stronger community together.
Dedicated to preserving Slave Lake's vibrancy and vitality, Brice served on the Downtown Revitalization Steering Committee. He successfully lobbied and supported the allocation of additional provincial grant funding to the renovation of Rennie Hall Plaza, kick-staring downtown revitalization.
After extensively lobbying the province and Alberta Parks to increase maintenance, Devonshire Beach is now groomed and harrowed annually. Additional equipment has been acquired to increase maintenance and increased signage and wayfinding has been added throughout the area. Bathroom stalls have also been replaced.
Date: Election Day is October 18th. Polls are open from 10am to 8pm. Advance voting takes place October 8th and 9th.
Place: Town of Slave Lake Council Chambers,
10 Main Street, S.W.
Eligibility: Voters must be residents of the Town of Slave Lake, must be over the age of 18, and must be a Canadian citizen.
Voter I.D: Voters must provide a piece of identification that lists the voters name and address (examples: Driver's Licanse, utility bill, bank statement, etc.)
If you have any questions, comments or ideas,
Brice would love to hear from you.