All candidates meeting planned for Cloverdale

The Cloverdale BIA, Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce and the Cloverdale Community Association are hosting the forum Oct. 28 at Shannon Hall.

Voters in the Cloverdale area are invited to an all-candidates meeting being held here later this month.

The Cloverdale BIA, Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce and the Cloverdale Community Association are hosting a candidates forum Tuesday, Oct. 28 at Shannon Hall, 6050A 175 Street.

It’s from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Free to attend. Call Natasha Taylor at the Cloverdale Chamber Office at clovcham@axion.net or call 604-574-9802.

Voting day is Nov. 15. Surrey voters will chose a new mayor, eight councillors, and six school board trustees.

For more breaking and ongoing election news, visit www.cloverdalereporter.com/municipalelection and for a comprehensive list of candidates, candidate forums, how and where to vote, and much more, visit www.surrey.ca/election2014.

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