Councillor Andrew Knack

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Andrew Knack General Contact

Office of the Councillors

 

2nd Floor, Edmonton City Hall

1 Sir Winston Churchill Square

Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2R7

 

Telephone: 780-496-8122

Fax: 780-496-8113

 

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Email: [email protected]

 

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1 Comment

  1. Robert Eisenbart on April 18, 2020 at 12:04 pm

    I find it very interesting that there are minimal comments on this website format? It is as if someone is not being upfront on what constituents in Ward 1 are saying? What I know for sure is that city council has lost it’s way and is heading in the same direction that Calgary city council has gone. Spending on pipe dream projects that have cost over runs and time delays. When council announces any type of project just add another 30% to 40% to the cost in addition to another year to a year and a half from the original scheduled completion date. Just to remind you and others at city council here are just some projects that have not gone as expected;
    -Bridge near the old museum. Delays due to improper installation of girders.
    -EPS new training facility. Leaking roof, still!
    -LRT expansion both south and west. Big waste of time, resources and money for something that won’t be utilized as much as council thinks.
    -Groat Bridge interchange. Should have been done a decade ago.
    -Walterdale Bridge delays in materials coming from South Korea? I thought we had steel in Canada?
    -Dveloping new plans for Weber Greens Recreation Centre? Why not just utilize plans from another rec centre that was already built and just improve on the items that came to light during contruction? Work smarter not harder!
    -Project Zero. All the money spent on what might help only about 25% of our population while ignoring the majority makes absolutely no sense.

    Our roadways are breaking down and we need neighbourhood revitalization throughout the city over and above some of these pipe dreams. Now this council gave money to the Gondola Prairie Sky which is a total waste of time. Stop the madness and deal with the items that need to be addressed like homelessness.