Latest News from Ward 10

Posted on September 17

Utilities - Life under the city

The cost of climate change will be buried but can’t be ignored If you have experienced flooding in your home, you know how tragic it can be. Valuables, sometimes irreplaceable, are lost, while enormous repair bills for uninsured damages are found.  

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Posted on September 17

Talking Infill in Ward 10

I am hosting a series of community conversations on infill in mature neighbourhoods this fall.

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Posted on August 28

Neighbourhood Renewal

As a City, we are responsible for the maintenance of roughly 4800 kilometres of collector and arterial roadways, which is roughly the same distance as driving from Edmonton to Mexico City. In order to maintain these roadways, the City invests a major portion of its Capital Budget each year to renewal projects throughout Edmonton.

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Posted on August 25

Update on Petrolia Mall

It’s no secret I have a dream that one day Petrolia Mall will be a thriving shopping centre. But I’m certainly not the only one. Most people who live near Petrolia have this same dream. Over the past couple of years I have been working with an amazing group of community volunteers to make this dream real. A centre we can walk to, letting us live and shop locally.

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Posted on August 21

The Infill Conversation is a Public Conversation

After reviewing the reports related to infill this past Tuesday, and after much discussion and debate, a motion was passed at Executive Committee to permit garage and garden suites in established neighbourhoods, and to allow the subdivision of properties into narrower lots (no less than 25 feet).  

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