Policies

  • Provides proven leadership in maintaining an attractive, family-oriented, business-friendly community
  • Supports community based policing and Neighbourhood Empowerment Teams
  • Supports the dynamic redevelopment of Fort Road, Alberta Ave. and Belvedere business zones
  • Supports sustainable development, affordable services and recreational opportunities
  • Supports appropriate redevelopment of older communities for both new and existing residents
  • Provides proven leadership to provincial and regional committees in developing project funding and support
  • Is working to improve security at LRT stations
  • Is working to improve policing throughout the community
  • Is working to resolve parking issues in communities that experience significant influx during special events
  • Is working to benefit special areas such as Little Mountain, the Brintell saline site, Shonse Wetlands, McConachie, River Valley parks & trails
  • Is working to assist community groups in planning appropriate development within the rural zone
  •  Is working to develop the Northeast Land Study for future growth
  • Continues to expedite funding for sound attenuation barriers in northeast communities still waiting for buffers to rail and road noise
  • Continues to facilitate Domtar land reclamation negotiations
  • Is working with administrators and developers to ensure the appropriate growth of our community
  • Is working to give 167 Avenue “urban street system” status thus laying the foundation to rebuild it as the collector roadway it has become
  • Is working to expedite the development of exits from Matt Berry and Hollick Kenyon neighbourhoods
  • Has provided leadership establishing waste collection services for Horsehills residents
  • Has provided leadership in the completion of 153 Avenue to Manning Freeway into Clareview
  • Has provided leadership to reduce high density numbers planned for the Matt Berry neighbourhood