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Candidate name
Mike Jakubo (incumbent)
Last Name
Jakubo
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Candidate Info

Phone: 705-923-9252
Email: mike.jakubo@greatersudbury.ca
Website: http://www.mikejakubo.ca/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/143008665869504
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2105596069710318/about/
Twitter: @MikeJakubo
Read survey response and relevant platform statements.

 

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2018 Platform

Climate Change
Community Engagement

Communicate and work with the Ward’s community groups and not-for-profits to tackle important issues & accomplish meaningful projects for Ward 7.” “Continue to be the most accessible and open Councillor I can be being able to be reached by phone or e-mail, or on Facebook and Twitter.” “Work towards establishing a Youth Advisory Panel which can take a closer look at the ever evolving issues impacting our young population including youth out-migration, engagement & volunteerism, and risks & support.”

From http://www.mikejakubo.ca/priorities.htmlchecked September 7, 2018

Environment and Water
Food
Sustainable Transportation

“Better active transportation links, like multi-use pedestrian and cycling paths which will connect Falconbridge, Garson and New Sudbury and a pedestrian trail which will connect Capreol and Hanmer.” “Making smart investments in Public Transit an re-thinking routes and timing to ensure that transit is available when the residents and businesses of Ward 7 most need it.

From http://www.mikejakubo.ca/priorities.htmlchecked September 7, 2018

Other

Quality of life: “Quality of Life may be the single most important factor in determining whether or not you want to attend College or University, raise a family, live or grow old in Greater Sudbury. We need to continue to invest in our recreational & social infrastructure in order to keep up the momentum “ “Revitalizing more of our playgrounds like what has happened at Metcalfe and will happen this year at Penman.” “Invest in better skate parks & other facilities to positively engage our Youth and Teens.” “Continue to provide affordable recreation programming for residents of all ages whether it’s Kid’s Summer Camps, Fitness Classes, Pickle Ball or Indoor Walking.”

Social equity: “Continue to support for our Seniors’ Centres which provide a place of community and companionship.” “More Affordable Housing for Seniors to allow our older adults to age in place & stay connected.”

From http://www.mikejakubo.ca/priorities.htmlchecked October 12, 2018

2018 Survey

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Further revitalization of our playgrounds, active transportation trails to connect much of ward 7 and the City, finalizing the transit action plan to get more convenient transit for the ward’s residents and businesses, and more affordable housing for seniors so they can age in place and remain connected.

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Only be working together will we be able to realize true change. The City can continue to invest in public transit and active transportation, even supporting the use of public transit by employees, but needs the continued buy-in from the business community as well.
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Continue to release public agenda material a week in advance of meetings. Continue to support citizen-led initiatives as I have for the last 4 years both by gaining support from all of council in budget motions or through ensuring that funds continue to be available for neighbourhood capital projects.
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Uphold the enhanced waterfront development provisions and requirements in our updated Official Plan.
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As with any initiative, I am open to reviewing objective information about it which balances all factors.
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I want to thank the Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury for the opportunity to complete this survey. I also want to thank the Coalition for their continued work in our community and always providing reasoned comments on planning applications, and at public hearings or consultations we have on any of our master plans or projects. I hear it all, but I think what sets the Coalition apart and above other local voices is its understanding that everything is not always possible all at once, but that the last 4 years have been a good example of progress on several fronts near and dear to the Coalition. So on that note, I sincerely thank you for this opportunity and hope that I get to spend another 4 years getting sound results for Ward 7, Greater Sudbury and the Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury!
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Elected Info

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