Latest News from Ward 10

Posted on July 22

Pleasantview Traffic Calming Trial

The traffic calming pilot project began in Pleasantview this week. There have been a few questions about the pilot and the measures that have been installed, which I hope to answer here.

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Posted on July 09

Busy Week at City Hall

As a marathon week at Council comes to an end, and as many important topics were discussed and debated at Council, I would like to provide you with an update on a few of the items that garnered the most attention, such as the Metro Line, Bike Lanes and the important work of the Edmonton Youth Council.

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Posted on June 24

To Spray or Not to Spray

The debate around herbicide use on City land has certainly been a lively one. This issue has come around a few times on Council in the last 10 years or so, but we haven’t made much progress. Now, there is a whole host of other cities, like Vancouver, Winnipeg, and Toronto, that have successfully banned the use of herbicides on public lands for non-noxious weeds.

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Posted on June 22

Refocusing our Bike Plan, Erasing our Mistakes

After a great deal of reflection and consultation with constituents, I’ve decided that in order for us to move forward as a bike friendly city, we must admit our past mistakes and rectify them. Therefore two lanes in Ward 10, (40th Avenue from 119th street to 106th street and 106th Street from Whitemud Drive to 34th Avenue), should be removed. I will make a notice of motion at tomorrow’s council meeting to this effect. It...

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Posted on June 19

Update on Century Park

Century Park is a very important development for Ward 10, and I’m eager to see it grow to its full potential. The community has also been waiting patiently for this work to begin, and we might be starting to see a light at the end of that tunnel.

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