Latest News from Ward 10

Posted on March 14

Planning to Adapt to Climate Change

Our weather is changing. The effect that climate change is having on the frequency of extreme weather events is being felt not just by people, but in the balance sheets of our public and private sector institutions. The Parliamentary Budget Office just produced a report detailing the financial risk and likely cost for to the federal government for disaster relief in the coming years. Basically, the feds are planning for 1-2 Calgary-esque floods per year...

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Posted on March 07

Park and Ride -Today and Tomorrow

The future of park and ride in our City is a sensitive debate. Many people rely on those park and ride facilities to help them transition from suburban areas, where transit is not fully developed, to the core, where LRT and bus routes are more plentiful.

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Posted on February 23

Updates on Petrolia Mall and on Mature Trees

While it may still look pretty quiet at the Petrolia Mall site, things are cooking.

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Posted on February 17

The Infrastructure Report Card

Each year, the City of Edmonton puts together an inventory of its infrastructure. This report gives Council an idea of the replacement value and present condition of all the different types of infrastructure that the City owns.

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Posted on February 04

Traffic Calming is Hard

The traffic calming trial measures in Pleasantview are coming out soon. We’ve heard overwhelmingly from from the residents of this community that these measures have not worked. In fact, in a Banister survey, 93% of residents felt the measures made the community less safe. More importantly, the early traffic count data was striking. Our hope was the original high volume of traffic on 106 street would be diverted away from the community rather than dispersed...

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