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Pasquale Filice, Candidate for Mayor in Hamilton Municipal Election 2010

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NameFilice, Pasquale
ElectionHamilton Municipal Election 2010
AreaMayor
PartyN/A
Votes768
Email patfilice@live.ca
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Home905-648-8845
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QuestionBrief ResponseFull Response
Do you believe that poverty is the most critical issue facing Hamilton today? If so, please outline your solutions. If not, please explain your reasons. Yes Education is the key for prosperity.
Will your term change people's first impression of Hamilton, and make that first impression more attractive to visitors, students, commuters and newcomers? If so, how? Yes Yes, fix downtown first. It's imperative or change will not come.
For your campaign, will you be accepting donations from corporations or unions? If so, why? If not, why not? Yes Yes, it will be deposited at city hall bank account.
Do you support Hamilton's LRT proposal? If so, what will you do to ensure Hamilton's success in building LRT? If not, why do you oppose it? Yes Yes, its a great project. it will be more expensive in 5 or 10 years from now.
Hamilton's Cycling Master Plan has Council approval. However, the implementation timeline is very long and ward councillors can block individual bike lane projects. Do you support accelerating the completion of a continuous bicycle network and other initiatives like a bike sharing program and better access up and down the Escarpment? Why or why not? No No, Must cut taxes, hydro, gas they are to expensive. You have to ask citizens, the counsil is there to serve. Its a great project, you have to prepare for investors to come, you must cut taxes also.
Council is poised to vote on the Airport Employment Growth District, a 3,000 acre plan to expand the urban boundary around Hamilton International Airport for employment lands. Do you support this plan? Why or why not? Yes Yes, we need major projects.
Some cities have committed recently to publishing their public data in an open format that citizens can directly access. Should Hamilton pledge to become an "open source city"? Why or why not? Yes Yes, can people can have a access. You have to have the proper psychology and first go to cat psychology school so they can dress like the cat and act like one to and chase there tail around in a circle. Of course communication, transportation, and education are the keys factors to upgrade your standards of living.