Ward 7 By-Election 2016 Ward 7 (Municipal By-Election)
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Campaign Questions (top)
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- Will you push for increased transit investment on the Mountain? If so, how will you pay for it?
- Will you push for a safe, continuous cycling network in Ward 7 with better connections to the rest of the mountain and the lower city?
- Will you encourage the creation and growth of more neighbourhood associations in your ward?
- Will you encourage the city to shift new development away from car-dependant sprawl?
- Income inequality is a serious problem in Hamilton, and poverty is increasing in mountain neighbourhoods. What will you do to reduce inequality in Ward 7 and across the city?
- Do you support a more vibrant neighbourhood retail destination on Upper Wellington? If so, what do you propose to achieve this?
- How important is it for Council to work with specific goals and targets for each City Department at the beginning of each year? How would you ensure this happened?
- In your view, what's not happening now in the City of Hamilton that you'd like to see happen? Why? What's not happening now in Ward 7 that you'd like to see happen? Why? What's not happening now at City Hall that you'd like to see happen? Why?
- How will you help to break down barriers between Councillors and the Wards they represent to ensure a more cohesive Council and more balanced decision making?
RTH Articles (top)
Time to Reject the Status Quo and Reimagine Our Public Space, By John-Paul Danko, Published 2015-11-26
Aim High With Claremont Redevelopment, By John-Paul Danko, Published 2016-01-19
New Ward 7 Councillor Faces Great Challenges and Opportunities, By Ryan McGreal, Published 2016-03-22
Reflections on a Council By-Election Campaign, By John-Paul Danko, Published 2016-03-28
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