Incumbent Mayor Jim Eglinski calls for tax assessment review

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Incumbent mayor Jim Eglinski is promising to work with Fort St. John residents to address the needs and the budget of the community if he’s re-elected as mayor.

Eglinski says if re-elected, he wants to look at the way tax assessments are calculated.

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Eglinski says since his election to the seat of mayor, the city has been moving in a new direction under new leadership, including the appointment of new city manager Dianne Hunter. He also says city hall is now much more open and enjoys improved relationships with its rural neighbours.

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