Positive change begins with thinking collaboratively together - the City and the community. Every conversation could begin with “Yes, we can. Let’s explore your ideas together.”

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I will work to improve the tree and urban forest policies, in order to be more responsive to tree replacement expectations and climate change pressures.

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I will continue to work to introduce programs that support developers who provide needed amenities within the city's core and surrounding neighbourhoods.

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Skateparks, spray parks and other social amenities are important to the health of our community and our youth, and must be supported.

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The community needs to work together to envision and plan for a future concert hall and civic arts space.

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I will work toward the expansion of the park system, particularly in areas with flooding risk.

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I will continue to work with Red Deer College in their efforts to gain degree granting and to further enhance their downtown campus.

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The Red Deer Regional Airport is primary to establishing a diversified economy. Expanded services must be invited and supported.

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I will continue to advocate for better transit frequency and routes within the city and region.

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I will continue to advocate for green energy use, and waste to energy strategies. We need to district energy production to create financial sustainability.

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The health of a city can be determined by examining its downtown. Through revitalization and focused effort we create a compelling heart for the community that will be a gift that everyone can be proud to share.

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I will continue to work to find ways of highlighting community priorities that provide better services for our taxes, while minimizing civic debt.

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A 1% tax increase equates to $20 per home owner annually. When we understand the community's values and carefully listen we can minimize taxes and use what is collected in a way that improves quality of life for all.

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By shifting City policy and working innovatively with the property owners we can turn brownfield sites and abandoned buildings into valuable community assets.

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Dead trees on city owned boulevards and streets should be replaced within one season.

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Utility bills should be based solely on consumption. The less you use the less you pay.

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Arts & culture lead to healthy economies and vibrant cities. As we thoughtfully help our community design and create amenities we attract new investment in Red Deer.

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People-centric projects enhance the quality of life and lead to economic stability. Careful consultation with the community can help the City with annual planning and budgeting. The most important projects should always come first.

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I support the planning and construction of a 50 meter pool as envisioned by the Central Alberta Aquatics Centre supporters.

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Contact

Candidate

Paul Harris
403-341-3352
4924 Ross Street
Red Deer, Alberta
T4N 1X7
paul@paulharrisforcouncil.ca
twitter: harris4rd
facebook: Paul Harris (for Red Deer City Council)

Fundraising co-chairs

Craig Soderquist
(speak with Carmen if Craig is unavailable)
403-346-5533
#405, 4901 – 48th Street
Red Deer, Alberta
T4N 6M4

Garett Cupples
403-346-2682

Campaign Team

  • Terry Warke
  • Mike Best
  • Craig Soderquist
  • Garett Cupples
  • Janice Wing
  • Stephen Soucy
  • Tony & Karin deKlerk
  • Randy & Gail Harrison
  • Brenda Hucal
  • Perry Mills
  • Judy Dussault
  • Stephen Merredew
  • Danica Hoffart
  • Bre Fitzpatrick
  • Marg Hicks
  • Louise Helder
  • Carlos Gardella
  • Brandon Bouchard
  • Justin Hubert