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Campaign 2017

Safer Speeds in Edmonton

The decision Edmonton City Council made on May 15, 2019 will result in a 40km/h speed limit on residential roads within our communities across the city as well as 30km/h speed limit within the YegCoreZone.   While this work will take a few months, I want to share why I supported lowering the speed limit…

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Fast Speeds, Slow Solutions

Last April, there was a motion put forward to complete further analysis on what speed our roads should be set at. This includes local roads, arterial roads, and collector roads. Nearly a year later, the report is coming back but unfortunately it appears the work that has been requested has not been completed.   Previous…

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Valley Line West LRT – $30.5 Million Closer to Completion

The Valley Line West LRT will be the largest infrastructure project in Edmonton’s history. Work on this project started in 2007 and was one of the main reasons I decided to get involved with my community league and municipal government. When I ran for Council, securing the necessary funding from the other orders of government…

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Looking Forward Towards 2019

Now that 2018, and my fifth year on Edmonton’s City Council, is coming to a close, I am thinking towards the future. There are a number of things I am looking forward to in the upcoming year that I want to share with you!   Moving Forward on the Lewis Farms Recreation Centre and Library…

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2018 Highlights

  2018 has been a busy year for Edmonton’s City Council! Coming into the holiday break, I want to share some highlights from the past year. Of course, everyday as a City Councillor is different and in reflecting on the past year I am proud of everything we have accomplished. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays…

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Budget 2019 – Highlights and Conclusion

After months of analyzing, asking questions, and debating, City Council has wrapped up debate on the 2019 – 2022 Operating and Capital Budget. This budget will shape the way Edmonton grows over the next four years. Over 150 Edmontonians came out to speak at the Public Hearing on the budget. We heard about the need…

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Stony Plain Road: How the LRT will Continue Revitalization

Since the Valley Line LRT has been approved, residents, City Council, and City Administration have been working through a number of details (ex: station design, parking, etc.). As a result of the route into the west end of Edmonton, the Valley Line LRT will change how Stony Plain Road operates.     Stony Plain Road…

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Thank You

On Monday October 16th I was fortunate to receive your support to continue serving you for the next four years. Thank you. Now that we have officially been sworn-in, I want to offer my thanks to a number of people. First, I must start by thanking my family who were not only very supportive throughout…

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Campaign Disclosure

As promised I have disclosed all donations made to my campaign for the 2017 election below.  I made a commitment to do this for a number of reasons and while it significantly reduced my campaign budget, I am very happy with my decision.  I can say unequivocally that every donation made meant a great deal…

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Campaign Donations

One year ago I wrote about Municipal Campaign Finance Reform in response to this motion City Council passed on July 8th, 2015: That the Mayor write a letter and/or advocate to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Premier: Requesting that the city be given be the ability to independently establish campaign finance and disclosure rules…

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