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Candidate in the 2010 Charleswood - Tuxedo Council Ward race.
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1. Why did you decide to run in the 2010 Winnipeg election?
I decided to run because I feel I can make a difference. I am passionate about this ward and a fully committed to representing it full time. I am a big proponent of community efforts and I believe investing in communities pays off on a larger scale. Safe, strong communities, lead to safe,strong neighbourhoods, which then lead to a safe strong city.
2. What experience will you bring to complement your role as councillor?
I have extensive customer service experience and am used to dealing with the public on many issues that arise. I have presided on a board where I have learned that teamwork is vital, and have been involved in project management where I listen and engage and try to seek the best solution before making a decision.
3. What are the major issues you would like to stand for and why did you choose these issues?
The major issues I like to stand for are traffic safety and the community clubs. I want to be part of affordable recreation. I have a vested interest as a constituent first, and want to do things for the community that I actually have control over. Crime is a very big concern and I feel a need for stronger police presence but with greater support and resources to enable them to do their job effectively. I actually speak to officers .Most break and enters or car thefts involve property and items that can be replaced. If someone is speeding or driving reckless in the neighbourhood, the result can lead to more severe consequences such as a fatality. That is lost forever.
4. Is there anything in particular you would like to change in our city? In your ward?
I would love to be part of a cultural change. We have a great city. We need to move forward and support initiatives that make our city stronger. People have to believe in the city to make this happen and I want to be part of that. I am fortunate to live in and hopefully represent a great ward. I don't want to "'change" anything as much as enhance an already great area even more.
5. Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?
I only want to say that this is a very exciting time for our ward, but changes are coming to the entire city. I seek to represent not only my fine ward, but I also want to see what is best for all wards. I take pride in this city and I want to spread that pride to as many people as possible. I truly feel that I am the best candidate to represent us and if given the opportunity I will not disappoint. I will not offer any promises, but I will deliver results. Results that our constituents can be proud of
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