Update #47 – Centre Plan Growth Scenarios, Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes info, Canada Day + more

MEETINGS Open House on Centre Plan Growth Scenarios TODAY – June 27 starting 6pm | Portia White Atrium, Citadel High School Brief presentations will be shared at 6:30pm and 7:30pm to introduce the evening.  This Open House will provide an opportunity for staff to share with the public the details and impacts of different scenarios for how the municipality can grow in the Regional Centre. This event will also lead into a series of additional opportunities for staff to work read more

Update #46 – Blue Mountain Birch Cove meeting, Centre Plan growth scenarios presented, Midtown North second meeting + more

NEWS Just a brief note to share the upcoming meetings with you.  Before we get to those, some park notes and a heritage update. On parks: Cornwallis park playground is getting the first of two new play structures installed starting next week. The contractor should be on site Monday!  Still need phase two to get the long lamented swings back, but we will see that later in the summer.  If you go by Victoria Park you may notice that the read more

About the election

I’ve decided not to combine my Councillor website and re-election website. This site is my main way of communicating with constituents, and this tool needs to be here for folks whether they may vote for me or not. Re-election info will be over here on votewayemason.ca, where I will maintain a separate email list and keep all the election related posts over there too. You can also visit http://halifax.ca/election/ for more election info! Thanks! Waye  

Biggest turnout yet for District 7’s 4th annual participatory budgeting vote

Biggest turnout yet for District 7’s 4th annual participatory budgeting vote Six projects received full funding & one more receive partial funding Halifax NS, June 1, 2016 – Hundreds of residents of Halifax South Downtown came out tonight to vote in the forth annual participatory budget vote.  Residents were asked to pick which citizen-led initiatives should receive capital investments from the District 7 capital fund. The vote comes the same day as an article published by Next City (a nonprofit organization with a mission read more