The Cobourg Yacht Club sent me a series of questions they needed addressed for information purposes to help their decision making process with respect to councillor candidates.
I have been trying to hand deliver my pamphlets alone and with the help of some volunteers, but I estimate I can only deliver to 2/10 homes because of stairs. I apologize if you haven't seen my literature yet, but I am pleased to let you know that it will also be in Northumberland News this Thursday.
I just wanted to give a quick report about the Sustainable Cobourg all candidates meeting on Friday, Oct. 12th at Venture 13.
Firstly, thank you Gigi and Sustainable Cobourg for organizing and hosting this event! It's a great initiative. I think for many of the candidates (that made it), it was probably the most challenging meeting as sustainability is a highly complex issue, and I believe one requires a decent background or understanding of science to formulate appropriate responses. The forum was well attended (approximately 150 people), with extra seats beings set outside. Unfortunately for those sitting outside of the lecture hall, I heard many complaints that all speakers were inaudible. Perhaps a speaker could also be put into the hallway next time...
I'm just posting my handout from the all candidates meeting at the Salvation Army regarding affordable housing. Click the PDF below for my thoughts and plans.
For what it's worth, I found this article extremely helpful in identifying endless examples of what municipalities can do in terms of affordable housing (click below):
The Northumberland Central Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Business Improvement Association wrote all candidates to answer a survey of ten questions. I would appreciate any corrections or criticism. I am here to listen and learn - email me! Click on the image below to read the PDF: