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Dyck bidding for four more years

By: Dave Baxter

Posted: 05/17/2018 9:39 AM

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Myron Dyck has announced he will seek another term in the mayor’s chair in Niverville.

Following a Niverville council meeting on Tuesday evening Dyck, who is currently winding down his first term as Niverville’s mayor told media he will be running for re-election in the upcoming municipal election set to take place this fall in Manitoba.

Dyck said he will run on three main platforms as he seeks re-election.

"Three points that I will make at this point is that I’m committed to fiscal responsibility, sustainable growth and team-building and relationship building with residents and town organizations," Dyck said.

Dyck added he believes relationship building is one of the keys for a mayor and council to allow for a municipality to be successful, and that he and council have been "diligent" when it comes to building and strengthening relationships.

He said some of the relationships that he believes have strengthened during his time as mayor include relationships with the Niverville Chamber of Commerce, the Friends of the Plex committee, the Niverville Communities in Bloom committee and the Niverville Fire Department.

Dyck has served a total of 10 years on Niverville council, as he served the last four years as mayor and before that served six years as a town councillor.

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