Accountable

  • Best attendance record at City Council in 2014

Sound Economic Policy and Fiscal Responsibility

  • Voted NO on construction of a $7.2 million downtown parking garage an NO to multi-million dollar downtown underpass
  • Support a ZERO increase of General Tax Levy
  • Voted to delay $35 million New City Hall until the long-term fate of Chrysler Windsor Assembly Plant was clear

Economic Development Starts at Home

  • Voted YES on Samsung Solar Farm investment that will pump over $20 million into local economy
  • Voted YES to reduce industrial tax rate to encourage investment and economic development
  • Voted YES to support a local company retain 800 jobs and establish a permanent World HQ in Windsor
  • Support small business and startup entrepreneurs

Improve Infrastructure & Public Safety

  • Successfully advocated for prioritizing completion of Storm and Sanitary Master Plan
  • Called on City to install separation cable barriers along EC Row to improve public safety
  • Helped lead City’s call for tighter rail safety standards plus greater transparency and accountability from rail companies

Smart Open Government

  • The only City Councillor to publish all of their voting record online
  • Put forward a motion to audit ENWIN earlier in 2014 rather than 2016

Parks, Bike Trails and Quality of Life

  • Voted YES on enhancements to riverfront such as: lighting, washrooms and planting of trees
  • Voted YES to build East End community swimming pool in the WFCU Centre funded with revenue from private company
  • Voted YES to maintain Lakeview Park Marina as City owned and operated while committing to improvements
  • Initiated billboard blitz to remove old, unsightly, worn out billboards across Ward 7
  • Supported the Windsor Loop Bike Trail
  • Joined ERCA in planting 1000 trees in Ward 7

Strong Schools, Strong Economy

  • Established a youth mentoring program called Youth Advising City Councillors that engages students in local government
  • Installed Lego Robotics kits in the Forest Glade Library to introduce grade school students to technology

Public Transit

  • Votes YES to expand Lauzon 10 bus service across Ward 7 including drop-offs at the WFCU and Twin Oaks industrial park
  • Approved installation of bus shelter on Banwell Road

 

 

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