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Candidate name
Deb McIntosh (incumbent)
Last Name
McIntosh
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Candidate Info

Phone: 705-929-25177
Email: deb.mcintosh@greatersudbury.ca
Website: debmcintosh.ca
Facebook: https://facebook.com/debmcintosh.ca
Twitter: @SudburyDeb
Read survey response and relevant platform statements.

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2018 Platform

Climate Change
Community Engagement

“Maintain an Auditor General office and an Integrity Commissioner that keep the municipality and Council accountable and fiscally transparent.” “As part of the City’s Open Public Data policy we will continue to make data sets and information available to support citizens and community groups and to enhance economic opportunities.”
From http://debmcintosh.ca, checked September 9, 2018.

Environment and Water

“Water is one of our greatest resources; we will continue to be proactive in protecting our lakes and rivers, working with Conservation Sudbury, Laurentian University’s Living with Lakes Centre, the Greater Sudbury Watershed Alliance and its associated groups as well as the people who live near our waterways.”Finalize and initiate the implementation of the Depot Master Plan, especially the salt and sand storage facilities, to protect our water.” “Continue to conduct watershed studies.” “Continue to protect our drinking water by making investments in our water/waste water treatment systems and replacing old water mains and sewers.”
From http://debmcintosh.ca, checked September 9, 2018.

Food
Sustainable Transportation

“Roadways: The community is asking the municipality to “fix the roads.” We will continue our road investments while balancing the needs of all road users.” “Public Transit: We will act on our Transit Action Plan and roll out an effective transit system which will improve access to employment opportunities, community resources, recreational activities and medical care.” “Walking and Cycling: Building on the successes of the last four years, more children will be able to walk or cycle to school or a playground; more older adults will be able to walk to shopping or a bus stop.”

From http://debmcintosh.ca, checked September 9, 2018.

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2018 Survey

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• Walking and Cycling: Building on the successes of the last four years, I will advocate for an annual dedicated capital sidewalk budget line item so more children will be able to walk or cycle to school or a playground; more older adults will be able to walk to shopping or a bus stop
• Finalize and initiate the implementation of the Depot Master Plan, especially the salt and sand storage facilities, to protect our water
• Repair or replace aging roads, pipes, buildings. This will require serious investments of time, energy and dollars
• Continue to conduct watershed studies
• Continue to protect our drinking water by making investments in our water/waste water treatment systems and replacing old water mains and sewers
• Municipal governance structure review: It’s been 18 years since amalgamation and it is time to review what is working and what isn’t
• Please visit my website debmcintosh.ca for further details

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• Advocate for the completion of and implementation of the Transit Action Plan • Continue to expand our cycling and sidewalk infrastructure • Ride my bike more
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I will continue to work with the multiple citizen led organizations working in and for Greater Sudbury: Community Action Networks, Lake Advisory Panels, Active Transportation advocacy groups, playground associations, community centres and legions along with the individual resident who calls or writes with a concern or an idea.
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• Finalize and initiate the implementation of the Depot Master Plan, especially the salt and sand storage facilities, to protect our water • Continue to conduct watershed studies • Continue to protect our drinking water by making investments in our water/waste water treatment systems and replacing old water mains and sewers • Advocate in the investment in better road sand and salt storage/usage • Identify ways to further protect our waterways through planning applications
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I am always open to conversations around protecting our environment, that’s why I met recently with and support the work of Plastic Free Sudbury. I am looking to them to help us find ways to reduce our use of single use plastics and have been sharing their ideas with the City’s Waste Management Team.
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Thank you for the work that the Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury does for our community. You are a hard working group that asks good questions that lead to thoughtful decision making. You are a credit to our community.
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