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Transparency in Decision Making

Honesty, transparency, and trust are cornerstones of a healthy democracy. View my decisions and motions here categorized by the three pillars of Sustainable Development.

 

According to The Brundtland Report, also known as the "Our Common Future" report, published by the World Commission on Environment and Development in 1987, sustainable development is defined as "development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."

My intention is  to retro-actively report as my time allows.

SOCIAL EQUITY 

Yes to initiating a free menstrual product and safer sex supplies program in Town owned facilities. 2023-07-12
 

No to prioritizing the construction of a hardtop pump track appropriate for a wide age range, in response to the 2021 Youth Outdoor Recreation Needs Assessment. *No because I believe there are kids in our community like my 16 y/o who think a skate park is equally important.  2023-07-12
 

Yes to the proclamation and flag-raising request from the Pride Society of the Comox Valley, in support of Pride Weekend 2023. 2023-07-12

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP & PROTECTION

 

 

ECONOMIC RESILIENCE

Yes to the Comox BIA requesting $2,200 for the Halloween Costume Parade and $5,900 for the Mayor's Tree Lighting and Winter Market. 2023-07-12

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