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Tour Port Coquitlam city hall with Mayor Greg Moore

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Tour Port Coquitlam's city hall and grab lunch with Mayor Greg Moore

Get to know the Mayor of Port Coquitlam as you tour city hall! Feel free to ask Greg about his work for Port Coquitlam, what he's most excited about for the city, or what sorts of activities he does outside of politics. This will take place on Tuesday, June 30 starting at 10:00a.m. Afterwards, Mayor Moore will take you out for a light lunch. The winning bidder can bring a friend along as well.

Spend time with Port Coquitlam Mayor Greg Moore as you tour city hall and learn more about him and beautiful Port Coquitlam.

Greg Moore was raised in Port Coquitlam and resides there with his wife and daughter. Prior to becoming Mayor, Greg worked at IP Applications Corp/Monexa as Director of Business Development and Investor Relations Manager. Until 2000, Greg was employed with the City of Port Coquitlam for 10 years in the Development Services and Parks & Recreation Departments.

Greg Moore is the past chair of the Terry Fox Hometown Run and past Board Member of the Port Coquitlam Heritage and Cultural Society. Throughout the years, Greg has volunteered to coach teams, helped out at community events, and assisted with the local Business Improvement Association.

Greg completed his Masters of Business Administration with an emphasis in Digital Technology at Royal Roads University and a Bachelors Degree in Urban Geography/Planning from Simon Fraser University.

In 2002, Greg was elected to Port Coquitlam City Council. During the election, Greg received the most votes among councillors. Within Port Coquitlam City Council, Moore has chaired the Environmental Protection Committee, the Protective Services Committee; he has served as Deputy Chair of the Community and Economic Development Committee as well as a member of the Financial Intergovernmental Committee. Other duties include Alternate City Liaison to School District #43, Council Liaison to the Youth Advisory Committee, and is a past chair of the North East Sector Stream Stewardship Committee. Prior to council, Greg was a Port Coquitlam City employee for 10 years as a City Planner and Youth Worker. Greg has hands on day-to-day experience dealing with the community's issues. It is these experiences and his interaction with the residents that makes Greg very unique.

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Mayor Greg Moore of Port Coquitlam talks about how the community engages with one another and how they continue to be one of Metro Vancouver's most desirable cities.

Greg Moore's leadership experience began with coaching sports. He later moved to a more issue-oriented role, such as chairing the Terry Fox Hometown Run Committee for the past 5 years. Greg was the city representative to the BIA (Business Improvement Association), GVRD (Greater Vancouver Regional District), Chamber of Commerce, Joint Family Court Committee, Social Development Council of District 43, Smart Communities and the Port Coquitlam Heritage and Cultural Society while with the City of Port Coquitlam.

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Bidders on this auction must be able to get to the Port Coquitlam City Hall located at 2580 Shaughnessy Street in Port Coquitlam on Tuesday, June 30 from starting at 10:00a.m.

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Experience
Tour Port Coquitlam's city hall and grab lunch with Mayor Greg Moore

Get to know the Mayor of Port Coquitlam as you tour city hall! Feel free to ask Greg about his work for Port Coquitlam, what he's most excited about for the city, or what sorts of activities he does outside of politics. This will take place on Tuesday, June 30 starting at 10:00a.m. Afterwards, Mayor Moore will take you out for a light lunch. The winning bidder can bring a friend along as well.

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