Hi Everyone:

I’m hoping to have the privilege of serving one more term as a member of Port Coquitlam City Council. I believe that our Council has done a great job and I would like to continue to do so. I’ll keep on adding posts to let you know more about my accomplishments and priorities. Thanks to the community for allowing me to serve these past three terms and I look forward to your support for a fourth term.

Pollock, who is the constituency assistant to PoCo NDP MLA Mike Farnworth, said he’s proud of council’s accomplishments.

“Having said that, I believe there’s a much more to be done and I want to be a part of seeing things through,” he stated in a news release, noting the continuation of the Downtown Action Plan, the completion of the Port Coquitlam recreation complex rebuild and work on affordable living policies.

#POCOvotes2018: Pollock seeks fourth term

Glenn Pollock is on the campaign trail to retain his city council seat in Port Coquitlam. Another Port Coquitlam city council incumbent will run for re-election in the Oct. 20 civic race. Today (Wednesday), Coun. Glenn Pollock joined Coun. Laura Dupont to formally announce his intention to seek his fourth term as an elected official.