Election info: Pam Copley retires from council

District of Oak Bay: Oak Bay councillor Pam Copley announced last week she will not seek re-election.

Oak Bay councillor Pam Copley announced last week she would not seek re-election.

“It has been a distinct privilege and a pleasure serving Oak Bay as a three-term councillor,” she said. “I am grateful to my community for their trust and confidence in my work during the past nine years.  I value the many opportunities I have been given to make a difference to a variety of important initiatives during that time.”

Copley said she is most proud of her work as chair of the Official Community Plan Advisory Committee. “I am confident the new council will carry on with this important work into the next phase of implementation, bringing to life the OCP’s vision and policies so many residents have contributed to.”


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