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  • 2026 Winter Olympic Games Bid - Update

    On Monday April 16th, in a vote of 9-6, City Council voted to keep moving forward with an Olympic bid for the 2026 Winter Olympic Games.  I voted no.  Given the state of our economy, record-high unemployment levels and the number of important priorit...

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  • March 2018 Town Hall Responses

    Thank you for attending the March Ward 11 Town Hall hosted at the Parkhill Stanley Park Community Centre. At our third event hosted on Thursday, March 15th, 2018, attendees asked live questions and submitted written questions regarding issues most im...

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  • Riverbank and Outfall Repairs Along Elbow River

    Elbow River - Riverbank and Outfall Repairs   Beginning the week of April 2, 2018, construction will commence on riverbank and outfall repair along the Elbow River to address damages. Construction is expected to last one week. This work is importan...

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  • Calgarians Should Have a Say on Olympic Games

    Ward 11 Councillor Jeromy Farkas calls on Calgarians to come to City Hall on April 10th to have their say   Councillor Jeromy Farkas wants Calgarians to get involved and exercise their democratic rights on whether or not to host the 2026 Winter Ol...

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  • AltaLink Transmission Project at 66 Avenue and 37 Street SW

    AltaLink's Southwest Calgary Ring Road Transmission Project and Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF)   I have heard from some residents who are concerned about the electric and magnetic readings along 37th Street and 66th Avenue SW as a result of the...

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  • Economic Development Investment Fund Experiment

    I am pro business and pro free market. I strongly believe that the role of City Council is to create a healthy, stable and predictable business environment that keeps taxes low and makes it easy for companies to do business in, grow, and invest in ou...

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  • Clearcutting Beloved Green Space to Make Way for SWBRT

    On March 7, 2018, City-hired contractors began cutting down and removing newly planted trees from a much beloved green space to make way for the SWBRT. SWBRT Tree Removals.jpg For a copy of my media release on this issue please click here. I shar...

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  • Preparing for the Upcoming Snow Melt

    With the predicted snow melt, here are some tips to protect your home and your family this weekend:  1. Shovel snow away from the foundation of your home and window wells to prevent seepage into your basement. 2. If you are moving or piling snow, c...

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  • The Issue of Parental Leave

    Last month, City Council voted in favour of making a parental leave policy for members of City Council. As a matter of principle, and based on what I continue to hear from the majority of my constituents, my position is that City Council should NOT b...

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  • February 2018 Town Hall Responses

    Thank you for attending the February Ward 11 Town Hall hosted at the Oakridge Community Centre. At our second event hosted on Thursday, February 15th, 2018, attendees asked live questions and submitted written questions regarding issues most importan...

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