Who makes the decisions in Electoral Area C and G?

The CSRD Board of Directors is the governing body for the unincorporated areas of the region. The Board would make all decisions for CSRD services in which Electoral Areas C and G participated, including decisions on planning policies and approvals, parks and recreation priorities, and other matters.  

Each of the electoral areas are represented on the Board by its own Electoral Area Director, who would participate in all votes related to services in their area. Directors from other jurisdictions would also participate in these votes, as they have done prior to the division of Electoral Area C. Decisions on roads, road priorities and standards would be made by the provincial government, as would decisions on local policing.

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1. Why was a new Electoral Area needed?
2. Who decided where the boundaries would be?
3. Why couldn’t Electoral Area C just have two Directors?
4. Who represents me on the CSRD Board?
5. Who makes the decisions in Electoral Area C and G?
6. What does the creation of Electoral Area G mean for the CSRD services I receive?
7. Does that mean the services we have now won’t change in the future?
8. What does this mean for property taxes in Electoral Area C and G?
9. How will assets or reserve funds that belonged to Electoral Area C now be divided between the new Electoral Area C and Electoral Area G?