Funding the West LRT is Not a Prudent Decision

 

I love to build things.  From the first shovel cutting the earth to move-in day, watching your project rise out of the ground is an amazing experience.  The process is (mostly) fun. And frustrating and maddening and challenging.  It involves conflict and resolution, camaraderie and collaboration and teamwork, imagination and problem-solving.  I love every part of it.

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Lest We Forget: Why Remembrance Day?

 

On Sunday, November 11th, across the country and around the world, we will stop to observe a moment of silence and pay our respects to the many brave women and men who served, and continue to serve and protect our country in times of conflict.

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Terwillegar Drive - Moving Forward!

 

 

On October 2, 2018, Council’s Urban Planning Committee instructed Administration to move forward with an expressway approach for Terwillegar Corridor, and to prepare design and construction budget packages for discussion and approval later this year.

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Budget 2018

Over the next few months, City Council will determine the 2019-2022 operating and capital budgets.  These budgets will determine how much property tax you will pay next year, and for years to come.

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The Future of Terwillegar Drive

This past February, I brought a motion to Council, which passed with unanimous support, asking Administration to reevaluate their plans for the Terwillegar Corridor in a more pragmatic and holistic way.

City Administration will be bringing forward their response to my motion in the coming days, and will then consult with our community on design options.

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An Update on Terwillegar Corridor

I’d like to take this opportunity to share a brief update on upgrades to the Terwillegar Corridor.

As you may recall, I had a motion unanimously pass at City Council in February of this year.

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Playground Motion Passed

At the City Council meeting this week, my motion related to Playground Zones was passed!

I am so thankful to the thousands of Edmontonians and Ward 9 residents who took the time to fill out my survey and share their thoughts by phone and email with my office.

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An Update on Playground Zones and Residential Speed Limits

I wanted to provide an update on the recent discussions that have taken place at City Hall regarding playground zones and lowering of residential speed limits.

At the April 18 Community and Public Services meeting, and again at the April 24 Council meeting, playground zones and lowering of residential speed limits were discussed in conjunction.

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Playground Zones Survey Results

Thank you to all of the Ward 9 residents and other Edmontonians who took the time to complete my survey on playground zones in our city ahead of the Community and Public Services committee meeting.

I wanted to reach out to as many residents as possible to get your feedback on the unintended consequences that have come with playground zones, as well as your thoughts on some solutions.

In total, almost 1,200 individuals completed the survey in a little less than a week, showing that this is an issue that Edmontonians care deeply about.

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Share your thoughts on Playground Zones

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At the next Community and Public Services meeting on April 18, 2018, Committee Members will discuss playground zones, as well as residential speed limits.

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