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Chamber meeting ponders municipal election

The Guelph Chamber of Commerce is holding a public forum on May 22 to talk about issues and priorities related to this fall’s municipal election.
The organization’s advocacy committee is reaching out to members to find out what priorities should be discussed during the election, what things members feel are going well, and which areas need attention, a news release said.
The chamber also wants to compare things that people see as the main priorities with what the city considers to be priorities.
The results of these inquiries will be discussed at the forum from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Italian Canadian Club.
The forum is part of the chamber’s efforts to help people become informed on local issues so they can take an active role in the democratic process.
The chamber’s findings will be shared with city staff and candidates running for office, so they will have a sense of priorities and concerns from a local business perspective, the release said.
The chamber also plans to hold a mayoral all-candidates’ debate at city hall on Oct. 9.

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