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"One of the best ways for a Councillor to remain connected with the community is through the promotion and development of one or two strong Community Action Network committees. Ward 5 should have one for the Valley East part of the Ward and another for the Sudbury portion. Both should be active and must count on the support and assistance of their Councillor. One of my first priorities if I am elected is to meet with the existing CANS and find out what I can do to help them become stronger than ever.
When candidates say that they intend to keep in touch with their constituents, it is necessary to identify a particular strategy. For me there are a number of very specific initiatives that I intend to pursue.
from http://www.valleyeasttoday.ca/Election%202014/Issues/CAN.html, last checked July 10, 2014
I will work to encourage respectful discourse between municipal staff and citizens.
I will work to better and more timely public consultation for development projects.
I will work towards better the advance posting of council and committee agendas online.
I commit to the use of social media for citizen engagement and issues of local importance.
I commit to work with Valley East citizen groups and associations towards a more livable city."
from http://johnlundrigan.ca/hot-topic-issues/ Aug. 5, 2014
"When there are major issues at city hall, I will request your input, whether by calling people or holding a ward meeting. I will make myself available to you."
From http://johnlundrigan.ca/ ,last checked July 9, 2014