A 4th candidate has entered the mayoral race in the City of Charlottetown.
Former City Councillor Kim Devine announced her intentions this morning.
Devine served two terms on City Council from 2004 to 2010 and chaired the Planning and Heritage Committee for five years, the Downtown Revitalization Committee for two years, and co-chaired the Mayor’s Task Force on Arts and Culture.
Devine says the capital city is experiencing unprecedented growth and the upcoming municipal election is about the future of the city.
If she’s elected mayor, Devine says she’s commited to hosting a roundtable forum with developers within 90 days of taking office to determine how best to advance development in the city.
Housing options, small business growth, cultural and recreational opportunities are also top of mind for Devine heading into the capital city campaign.