Calgarians who choose to live in the
communities of Ward
8 often do so because of how close our
neighbourhoods are to great amenities, because it gives them
the ability to walk or bike to
work, and it allows them to be
connected to the heart of the city. Knowing how
much local and commuter traffic our communities see, pedestrian and motorist
safety are top of mind for me.
Recently, my colleagues and I on City Council requested that the Calgary
Police Service work with Administration to develop a Community Traffic
Enforcement plan. One of the most important elements of creating this plan is
taking time to meet with communities to both educate and get feedback on
concerns and areas where residents feel solutions are
needed. We'll be hosting a Ward 8 community traffic safety meeting to
match the valuable
input from residents of every neighbourhood with the
expertise of our City staff and CPS.
I hope you can join us on March 9th at 7pm at Good Companions -
2609 19 Ave SW. For more information click here. If have any questions
feel free to contact my office at email@example.com
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