Provincial council candidate focuses on recreation and water | News – KVNU

LOGAN — Alison Goulais is running for Seat 2 in the Republican primary in Cache County. Seat 2 oversees the district consisting of the northern part of Logan. On KVNU’s For the People program last week, Goulais said she had heard from voters about housing and the increase in multi-unit housing, and she had heard about recreation needs.

“It’s funny because I’ve always felt like recreation is really important to me and I’ve talked to quite a few people who have also expressed the same concern, which was exciting for me because I would hate to see anything on my platform to have that was not for everyone. So it was really nice to hear the feedback that this is also something that people are concerned about,” she explained.

Water conservation also remains a problem. Goulais believes we should move away from the ‘use it or lose it’ mindset.

“And for some people, it makes them use it even when they don’t need it, because if they don’t use it, they’re not going to get it,” Goulais added. “But it’s such a flawed way of thinking because it actually just encourages waste.

“And if water is such an essential resource we have to think about it. Yes, we are lucky in Cache Valley, it may not be as dry here as other parts of the state. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t still a problem for our community.”

Goulais said she wants to convey that voting for her is a “vote for you.” She said she decided to run to ensure the community is represented again.

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