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October 2012 W6 Report

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At the two year mark as your Alderman, I want to thank you for the opportunity to represent you at City Hall. I am grateful for your support.

This can be a challenging assignment, balancing varying opinions and recommendations, but it is also very rewarding. More than anything, I enjoy my time out in the community getting to know as many residents as possible. The more I know about you – your values, interests and needs – the better I can represent you in Council and respond to your concerns.

Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to have a conversation with me when I am at events. To those of you I have not yet met, I hope you will come over and say hello next time you see me out shopping or at a community function or Open House.

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  • October 2012 W6 Report

    At the two year mark as your Alderman, I want to thank you for the opportunity to represent you at City Hall. I am grateful for your support. This can be a challenging assignment, balancing varying opinions and recommendations, but it is also very r...

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  • Ward 6 News: Ward 6 Open House - Oct. 24

    Twice a year we host an Open House where Ward 6 residents can have questions answered by representatives from a variety of City departments, local organizations and your Ward 6 team. This is your time to provide feedback on City and Ward services. O...

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  • Ward 6 News: Highway 8

    The operational improvements to Highway 8 between Sarcee Trail and 69 Street SW are now complete. We have received a lot of positive feedback regarding the improvements. Many have commented that there is a noticeable improvement to traffic flow at th...

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  • Ward 6 News: West LRT construction

    Thank you everyone for your patience through several years of traffic disruption. Much of the work is nearing completion. Next year we will finish the landscaping and tree planting. As we prepare this W6 Report, the transfer of the West LRT line fro...

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  • Ward 6 news: RouteAhead

    In my last W6 Report, we talked about RouteAhead – an ongoing initiative that will culminate in a 30 year strategic plan for Calgary Transit. The purpose of RouteAhead is to establish a clear vision for transit in Calgary for the next 30 years and id...

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  • Ward 6 News: WestLRT Public Art Fund

    The ongoing development of the WestLRT Public Art Plan is being led by a team of representatives from the Public Art Board and The City's Transportation and Recreation Departments. There was no budget allocated for public art for the WestLRT. I am he...

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  • Ward 6 News: Remembrance Day 2012 at Battalion Park

    Please join me at Battalion Park on November 11, at 10:40 a.m. for the inaugural Remembrance Day Ceremony at this location. A dedicated group of volunteers has been working for almost a year to organize this event with the King's Own Calgary Regiment...

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  • Ward 6 News: Public engagement - Continue the Conversation

    Public engagement is essential for developing and shaping successful communities. In a city of over one million busy people, this process is not always as easy and as effective as it could be. This is why The City of Calgary is rethinking how we enga...

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  • Ward 6 News: Leaf & Pumpkin Composting program

    Each fall, Calgarians are invited to compost their leaves and pumpkins by bringing them to one of 36 drop-off locations across the city. This year, the program began on September 28 and ran until November 11. Three new locations were added this year,...

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  • Ward 6 News: Green Cart pilot project

    Thank you, Cougar Ridge, for being one of four pilot communities in the city. You have been very strong participants in the program. The Green Cart pilot project is now more than halfway through its one-year term with very positive results. Over one...

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This content represents the personal views and opinions of the Ward Councillor and should not be taken as a statement of policy of The City of Calgary. The inclusion of any external content does not imply endorsement by The City of Calgary.
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