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July 2016 W6 Report

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The Ward 6 Report is a mobile-friendly, bi-monthly email send directly to your inbox with updates on my position about top-of-mind issues as well as City, Ward 6 and community news and events. You may also check here for the latest edition of The W6 Report.  Due to anti-spam laws, if you are interested, you must specifically request email updates. You may withdraw your consent at any time. 

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  • 2017 Property Tax Rate & Calgary’s Economic Forecast

    Everyone received their 2016 Property Tax bills at the end of May or first week of June. I heard from many of you that household finances are constrained and that relief would be welcomed. Around this time, on May 30, 2016, Council received a pre...

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  • Calgary’s Olympic Bid Exploration

    I remember the tough recession of the early 1980s and how community and business leaders gathered to form a bid committee which ultimately won the 88’ Winter Olympics.  Faced with another very hard economic cycle, once again Calgary business lead...

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  • July 2016 W6 Report

    The Ward 6 Report is a mobile-friendly, bi-monthly email send directly to your inbox with updates on my position about top-of-mind issues as well as City, Ward 6 and community news and events. You may also check here for the latest edition of The W6 ...

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  • New Green Cart Program

    More than half of our household garbage is made up of food and yard waste. By diverting this waste from the landfill, we are saving valuable space in our limited landfill capacity, but also saving our environment. Food and yard waste releases met...

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  • NEXT Steps for Calgary

    The Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation (CSEC) continues to serve our City by making our recreational life better in Calgary.  Led by an ownership group of outstanding community and business leaders, they have brought forward their visio...

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  • Pedestrian Strategy & 40 km Residential Speed Limit Update

    With pedestrian collision and fatality rates at top-of-mind for Calgarians, The City developed a comprehensive Pedestrian Strategy Framework. In November 2015, a Pedestrian Strategy Update was approved by Council so Administration could go forward wi...

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  • Remote Park & Ride Lot and Policy Review

    I am happy to report to you that a Notice of Motion I have been working on since the last election was passed unanimously at Council on June 13, 2016. I coordinated this work through our City Transportation and Transit experts, Rocky View County a...

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