It's not a platform. It's a promise.
I believe we can grow without building high-rises in already established neighbourhoods.
Itโ€™s time for more than houses & warehouses.
Too many local businesses are being driven out by high-rise condos with nowhere to go.
Itโ€™s time to protect local small businesses.
Patchwork budgets from council coalitions have left us facing large tax increases just to keep the lights on.
Itโ€™s time for budget leadership.
Investing in infrastructure maintenance, fire services, transit, parks and recreation means more than dollars and cents.
Itโ€™s time for services to keep pace with growth.
Poor infrastructure, lack of transit and unsynchronized lights cause avoidable traffic congestion.
Itโ€™s time for a modern transportation network.
Traffic calming devices, speed cushions and better enforcement can control speeding on our neighbourhood roads.
Itโ€™s time to focus on community safety.
We can protect our green spaces, plant more trees, and keep our parks, boulevards and trails clean.
Itโ€™s time to invest in a clean and green future.

Our community has been clear about its provincial & federal priorities:

  • We donโ€™t want the CN Intermodal Hub.
  • We want a modern GO Station with more frequent 2-way service.
  • We need the Province to build new schools and deliver on the Milton Education Village.
  • We donโ€™t want the Campbellville Quarry and the Premier needs to keep his promise to the community.
It's time to fight for fairness for Milton.
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