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I would buy all vegetables and protein (meat) products produced in Strathcona County. Personal Comment: The highly productive soil area of Bremner should be promoted and used for commercial scale vegetable production vs housing. Every taxpayer in Strathcona County should be provided the opportunity to vote on this topic directly, in a plebiscite, just as we all did for Millennium Place. The precident has been set, there is no justifiable reason not to vote on this important financial and environmental issue.
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Adam M 3 months ago
That's a valuable statement, these should require an absolute community engaged decision. Sustainable growth needs to be a realistic red line for our future. Unfortunately, new development is often perceived as some form of successful growth. Maybe there should be an opportunity to re-engage residents thoughts and ideals for truly sustainable communities?
Share That's a valuable statement, these should require an absolute community engaged decision. Sustainable growth needs to be a realistic red line for our future. Unfortunately, new development is often perceived as some form of successful growth. Maybe there should be an opportunity to re-engage residents thoughts and ideals for truly sustainable communities? on Facebook Share That's a valuable statement, these should require an absolute community engaged decision. Sustainable growth needs to be a realistic red line for our future. Unfortunately, new development is often perceived as some form of successful growth. Maybe there should be an opportunity to re-engage residents thoughts and ideals for truly sustainable communities? on Twitter Share That's a valuable statement, these should require an absolute community engaged decision. Sustainable growth needs to be a realistic red line for our future. Unfortunately, new development is often perceived as some form of successful growth. Maybe there should be an opportunity to re-engage residents thoughts and ideals for truly sustainable communities? on Linkedin Email That's a valuable statement, these should require an absolute community engaged decision. Sustainable growth needs to be a realistic red line for our future. Unfortunately, new development is often perceived as some form of successful growth. Maybe there should be an opportunity to re-engage residents thoughts and ideals for truly sustainable communities? link