March 2018 Newsletter

 



 

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Hello, Ward 9 Neighbours!

I believe that great neighbourhoods make a great city and to build great neighbourhoods, community stakeholders have to work with their elected official to discuss the direction of their communities. This is why I am very proud to announce that I will be continuing to host the Ward 9 Community Objectives Workshops (lovingly known as COWs) in all Ward 9 neighbourhoods in 2018.

With the ward boundary changes coming out of the 2017 municipal election, and new communities being added to Ward 9, I am committed to hosting COWs in all of our new neighbourhoods, as well as following up in all of the remaining pre-2017 Ward 9 neighbourhoods.

What are the goals of the 2018 COWs?

  • The goals of the 2018 Community Objectives Workshops are to:
  • Identify the needs and concerns of residents, businesses, community institutions and service providers;
  • Prioritize those needs and concerns and discuss potential solutions;
  • Formulate a strategic plan to resolve and achieve these solutions;
  • Connect that strategic plan with the larger strategic goals of the Ward 9 Office; and
  • Prepare the 2017-2021 Ward 9 Strategic Report for Ward 9 residents that outlines the strategic plan and goals, and how they will be achieved.

These workshops continue to be a huge success and the results will help to direct and guide the work that we do on your behalf.

When is your 2018 COW?

  • January 2018 - Bridgeland-Riverside & Renfrew (completed!)
  • February 2018 - Inglewood & Ramsay (completed!)
  • March 2018 - Millican-Ogden
  • April 2018 - Manchester & Fairview •May 2018 - Southview
  • June 2018 - Albert Park-Radisson Heights
  • September 2018 - Forest Lawn & Forest Heights
  • October 2018 - Penbrooke Meadows, Applewood Park & Red Carpet
  • November 2018 - Dover & Erin Woods

Please sign up for updates at my website – www.gccarra.ca – to receive the “Save The Date” notice my office will send out with specific details about your community’s workshop.

Gian-Carlo Carra​​

 

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