Citizen Engagement

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Candidate nameCitizen Engagement
John Antonioni

“Open and transparent consultation with residents before major development”

“I pledge to personally return each and every taxpayer email or phone call"

From, last checked Aug. 30, 2014

Fern Cormier

"Fern believes that Ward 10 needs...

Transparent, open government where any and all information that can be made available should be easily accessible by the public.

Clear, accountable and transparent decision-making when it comes to spending your hard earned tax dollars."

From!platform/c5ro, last checked July 10, 2014

“would like to improve our community engagement and planning process

we need to involve the neighborhood, the stakeholders, end users and the broader community at the very earliest stages of the plans.”

By building the process with an open dialogue approach we can address the needs of the community at the earliest stages. By doing this things like cycle and pedestrian friendly components can be included and designed with the end user in mind from the beginning. We would also be able to properly address and include environmental protection components, which should be standard to begin with”

From!issue-statements/c2h5, last checked October 17, 2014

Hannu Piironen

"Establish a Ward 10 Community Action Network. Collaborate with community groups and environmental experts to develop policies and practices to enhance our environmental protection and sustainable development."

From flyer (pdf provided by candidate)

Steve Ripley

"My aspiration is to be a councillor that speaks on behalf of the constituents through public consultations and not on behalf of special interest groups or political parties. "

"Implement a public advisory panel to improve interactions and relations between the public and city staff by streamlining processes and services at city hall. "

"Assemble a committee to review all city bylaws and policies to dispense with those which are out-dated, obsolete, and redundant. Also to further bring forward clear and concise language of these bylaws for councillors and staff. This will assist in the introduction of new policy to assist city staff in expediting public complaint resolution and interaction."

from, last checked July 26, 2014

Mila Wong
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