Wednesday , 22 September 2021

Storoschuk seeks Re-election

Lorna Storoschuk is seeking re-election to Bonnyville Town Council. Having served on Council for 16 years, Storoschuk knows experience matters.


“I believe that with my experience and common sense approach, I will represent you – the citizens of Bonnyville, with your interests in mind,” Storoschuks says she will continue to work to improving Bonnyville and making it a strong community.


There are many projects the Councillor would like to see through, both regionally and locally. The Regional Waterline Project is one that Storoschuk and fellow Council members have been working on for a number of years. The project will bring sustainable and clean water to Bonnyville via Cold Lake. Storoschuk would also like to see the Cast Iron Waterline Replacement Project completed, as well as the completion of Phase III of Bonnylodge.


Having served five terms on council and currently Deputy Mayor, Storoschuk knows the responsibility and commitment it takes to serve the community and its people. She currently sits on various committees some of which includes the Historical Society, the Daycare Committee, Canada Day Committee, the FCSS board, and Lakeland Lodge & Housing.

“I will represent the best interests of all citizens in our community. I have, and will maintain, an open door policy. I will keep you informed and up-to-date on community issues,” Storoschuk says she will continue to serve for the people.
Storoschuk says she is always open to conversations and hearing from the public, she can be contacted at 780-826-6869 or 780-812-4456 or via email [email protected].
Lakeland Connect supports all candidates in the upcoming election. If you would like an interview, at no charge, contact Jena 780-207-5898 or [email protected] Phone, in person and video interviews are available. 

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