#CQvotes2018: Zarrillo eyes another term on council

Coquitlam Coun. Bonita Zarrillo is seeking another term in the upcoming city election. 

She said if she wins another four-year term, she will focus on housing affordability and improving transparency at city hall while working to make the municipality more inclusive. 

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Zarrillo first won a seat on council during a byelection in 2013 before being re-elected in the general election in 2014. 

She is the chair of the universal access-ability advisory committee and on Thursday announced that she had been selected for a third term as Coquitlam’s representative at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. 

• For more information go to www.bonitazarillo.ca.

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