My service as councillor of District 9 has always been to make the district stronger and more community-focused. Having the ability to work with my residents to introduce broad initiatives, such as the adoption of pedestrian count down signals at traffic lights throughout HRM, and the day-to-day tasks of maintaining and beautifying our communities, is what keeps me motivated. My track record speaks for itself: I take every issue seriously and have always consulted with my residents.
Good Councillors work around the clock to improve their districts. None of us have all of the answers, which is why I am quick to call upon my residents and expertise outside my district or province to find solutions. My advocacy policy is straight-forward: when policy threatens to affect district 9, I fight tirelessly to represent the district’s best interests. And when HRM debates issues I feel passionate about, such as preserving the rich history of our city and providing our residents with affordable housing, you will find me front and centre fighting for you and our great city.
Below are some previous and current projects and initiatives I have helped champion in our district: