PB VOTE 2019

Nov 4 - come and vote for 7th Annual Halifax South Downtown Participatory Budget

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Hi, I’m Waye, Councillor for District 7!

I am an activist, entrepreneur, educator and municipal councillor, and I was first elected in 2012 and then re-elected to Halifax Regional Council in 2016.

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  • Campbellton Crane, Camp Hill, participatory budgeting, and congrats to Melody + more

    Hello all, It’s been an eventful and exhausting couple of weeks since the last newsletter or hurricane update!  Several items to let you know about below. Residents should check out my new and updated website at http://wayemason.ca while the content is largely the same this one is easier to navigate, less visually complicated and works better on mobile devices.  Please let me know what you think and if you find any bugs. On the crane collapse – I was glad to see the province declare

  • Hurricane Dorian recovery update 2 Sept 9 12 noon

      A lot of the District 7 has gotten power back but there are still large areas without.  I will be touring the area with Mayor Savage and Deputy Fire Chief Bezanson at 2pm to get a better idea about the work in front of us.  NS Power will have new projected times later today (see below) Been getting a lot of calls about trees.  To be clear – municipal staff will be removing municipal (street & park) trees damaged in

  • Hurricane Dorian recovery update Sept 9 7:50pm

    Hi folks, hope you and yours are doing as well as can be expected post hurricane. The municipality will come slowly back to life tomorrow but you can expect things to be late, and full of detours and unexpected delays. All cell towers have been restored so service should be improving shortly. Municipal clean-up operations are running around the clock, with the aid of extra contractors and the Canadian Armed Forces. The military is now on the ground and they

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