Aidan wants to hear from all the residents of Ward One. Aidan will use town halls, online and face-to-face forums, and regular consultation in every Ward One neighbourhood as a means of work-shopping municipal ideas for West Hamilton.
Aidan will focus on much-needed applications of traffic calming to make our neighbourhood streets safe.
Aidan will fight for complete streets that serve the needs of the driver, the bus-rider, the cyclist, and the pedestrian.
Ward One and Hamilton’s economy will profit from a fast and accessible public transit system that links all of Hamilton.
Aidan will fight to bring into place the “missing piece” of our rapid transit/LRT equation: fair and adequate funding for Hamilton transit.
Like you, Aidan enjoys the beauty of nature that surrounds and fills Ward One.
From the large spaces of Victoria Park and Churchill Park to the play grounds of Beulah Park and Alexander Park: each much be conserved.
Aidan is opposed to raising taxes and champions the growth of Hamilton’s tax base.
Efficiency and respect for taxpayer dollars must be held as central principles of municipal government.
The Prince Philip School site in Ward One should turned into a recreation/community centre.
Providing effective recreation and a community hub at the Prince Philip site will enrich the entire ward .
Aidan Johnson, June 16th Campaign Launch Party
Aidan Johnson Blog
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