Mayor Savage End Hunger Game tomorrow night at Scotiabank Centre

Saturday November 29th at 7pm the Rainmen are playing PEI’s Island Storm at the Scotiabank Centre. The night is billed as the Mayor Savage End Hunger Game. Tickets are $10 for adults  with $3 going to FeedNS (promo code ‘feedns’, Kids 12 and under are free with an accompanying parent 2 kids per parent) The Rainmen and FeedNS are asking that spectators also bring a non perishable food item to be donated at the entrances to the gates. Please come and help read more

The weather outside is frightful…. or will be!

SERVICE STANDARDS P1 Roads: 3 hour turnaround times and clear 12 hours following end of snowfall. P2 Roads:  Center line cuts for access after 10cm accumulation and cleared within 24 hours following the end of snowfall. P1: Main Arterial Sidewalks, cleared within 12 hours following end of snowfall. P2: Transit Sidewalks, cleared within 18 hours following end of snowfall. P3: Local Sidewalks, cleared within 36 hours from end of snowfall. Not sure what priority level your street is?  Click this read more

Update #19: Second anniversary, winter is coming, public hearings and more.

November 6 was the second anniversary of my election to Council.  I’ve spent a bit of time this week reflecting on what was promised, what we’ve accomplished, and what is yet to be done. I’ve completed another report card reviewing the status of the 30 promises I made during the election.  A lot of progress has been made, which you can read about on my website. I feel pretty good about what we’ve done and the part I’ve had in read more

Report Card – year 2

Here is an update on last year’s report card. One thing I’ve learned is that if you want to measure if something is done, it should be worded in a way that you can say when it is measurably completed! So some of these “completed” items are complete in that HRM is now doing the work or has committed to do it, for example I say the promise to measure the outcomes of RP5 is ‘complete’ but we are not read more