As the term of Mayor Patricia Heintzman draws to a close, the outgoing politician held a community breakfast at the Squamish Public Library on Oct. 12. Heintzman addressed the usual Squamish concerns — such as affordable housing — and said that frameworks for the town’s future have been laid out. “The table has been set,” she said. She said while the current council wasn’t able to follow up on all of the plans it had created, the strategies they formed would at least serve as a blueprint for the next four years. More than a dozen attended. Among those at the roundtable were several people running for municipal council in the Oct. 20 election, as well as a number of residents and representatives from community organizations. In the District of Squamish, Heintzman has served as member of council since 2005 and won the mayorship in the 2014 election. She has been a director on the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District Board for a decade. In late August, Heintzman announced she would not seek a second term, saying she didn’t have the conviction to stay another four years. Heintzman will be having a final public drop-in session on Oct. 17 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Municipal Hall.