HOW I CAN WORK FOR YOU
Ward 12 needs someone with strong leadership, communications and long-term vision to realize the potential we have as a community. My career and personal life have centered around building community through engaging with people and employing key skills - listening, empathizing, and understanding. My experience in landowner consultation means approaching issues collaboratively by developing respect and trust, understanding their concerns, and finding win-win solutions. you can be assured that these skills will carry forward in my role on City Council.
PLATFORM ACTION ITEMS
I WILL WORK WITH:
OUR FIRST RESPONDERS - to address our community safety needs within Ward 12. By improving communication, public consultations, education, and providing more resources
ALBERTA REGULATORY BODIES - to address outstanding orphaned wells, facilities, and pipelines that are in close proximity to Ward 12. Neglecting these wells, facilities and pipelines can be fatal.
CITY PLANNERS AND DEVELOPERS - to address innovated ways to reimagine our communities. Our ward needs better road access and traffic movement to keep our communities safe.
My goal is to create a safe, family-friendly community for all. Building Ward 12 over again by working together to shape the community we want.
FIRST QUARTER - 90 DAYS
Review budgets and look for the answers that we, as the citizens of Calgary, are all asking
Work to align budget timing
Opportunities to market Calgary globally to create businesses, supporting local businesses
Work with schools to create work experience programs
Work to find ways to implement better public safety for Ward 12, again looking at the budget and being creative
Promote local community events, festivals and celebrations by working with community associations and special interest groups
Engage with the planning department, communities and roads department to improve traffic flow and priority routing for snow removal
Work with the top-level transit managers to improve bus routes, timing and ideas regarding the Green Line