Jeremy is an occasional commentator and blogger on civic politics and issues since 2008. He's one of the main bloggers at CalgaryPolitics.com and has been deeply involved in CivicCamp, a non-partisan public advocacy group that's engages in Calgarians in creating a city that works for all of us. He enjoys skiing, traveling, and office work pranks.
During the time that I've followed municipal politics, I have not seen a more devoted individual than Chris Harper when it comes to his community. If there was one individual who deserves the extra 87 votes, it would be Chris.
On partnerships with the other two levels of government, Pincott is looking for stability. He wants the Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) funding to continue at the provincial level so that we can continue funding long-term projects. He also wants to work with the federal government to promote long-term municipal infrastructure development.
10/17/2013 06:13 EDT
He believes that the people who say the city is boring are boring. "Our problem is 'what are we going to do tonight,'" states Maxim, referring to the number of events and activities that he has going on in his life every night. Farmer's markets are an example of something that Maxim believes adds vibrancy to Calgary. "If you have it, they will come," repeats Maxim.
10/16/2013 10:27 EDT
"We made huge mistakes as a city when we grew out," laments Frisch. He agreed with me that there is no character in homes and that people don't really want to live in a beige house. Choices that were made in the 1980s and 1990s have led to this, Frisch points out. "We need to actually almost need to mandate some diversity," says Frisch, referring to more mixed use options and maybe, just maybe, some more colour.
10/15/2013 10:31 EDT
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