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|Candidate name||Citizen Engagement|
"Create civic engagement opportunities which allow for a marketplace of ideas and draw the best input from people in the community."
"Create tools to properly and transparently display where spending is made, and who is accountable for which funds. In addition, adopt Open North’s “Citizen Budget” interactive budget simulator to educate and encourage input on the budget."
"Create a clear, objective prioritization of municipal projects based on value to citizens and ratepayers."
"Proactive measures are needed to engage youths in the ward, particularly those with home difficulties and those living in youth homes in the community. A community group should be set up to build dialogue and support for these young citizens, and build a positive presence in their lives, rather than be combative against antisocial behaviour."
from http://bleskie.ca/platform/, last checked July 26, 2014
|Terry Kett (Incumbent)|
- issued statement opposing new security measures at City Hall. An excerpt: “Why does he want to create “barriers between citizens and staff”? Shouldn’t we be doing the exact opposite? Isn’t this one of the big problems we already have at City Hall?”
from http://lynnereynolds.ca/2014/02/28/new-security-measures-at-tds/, last checked July 10, 2014
from http://lynnereynolds.ca/2014/04/29/385/, last checked July 10, 2014
from http://lynnereynolds.ca/where-i-stand/, last checked July 10, 2014
"Here is my record of accomplishments as your former Councillor when it comes to being ‘good and green’:
Held many citizen consultation meetings for new developments, infrastructure projects.
From http://lynnereynolds.ca/2014/10/02/yes-its-easy-being-green/, last checked October 16, 2014