Sudbury Priorities

Hello Sudbury,

With a municipal election scheduled in 2022, I wanted to kind of narrow down the top priorities that a fresh, focused council can tackle in a four year term, or possibly more with proven results.

I’m not someone who claims to know everything or have answers for everything. However, I do have a bit of common sense, some education, life experience & the desire to make positive changes in this city not only for my growing family but for everyone else who calls Sudbury home.

For that reason, I’m turning to Shoutout. With 37 thousand people who like this and the possibility of reaching so many more. I figured this was the best place to get the ball rolling.

I have a couple ideas, however I’m not entirely sure how much power council has in these matter:

1) Housing
2) Opioids
3) Financial Responsibility
4) Infrastructure

Those are the top 4 in my mind, however I am completely 100% open to everyone’s ideas. I know the KED is a talking point as well as other legacy projects. I don’t know the right answer for those. I do know spending needs to stop however until we figure out the tax increase problem.

But first, we need to get our citizens in affordable housing so they can contribute to Greater Sudbury in a positive & impactful way. I’m open to creative ideas to make that happen. I’ve seen some stuff about turning the Sudbury Arena into something. With 160, 000 people in Greater Sudbury, we can come up with some pretty great ideas.

If everything above made you feel a little more optimistic about Greater Sudbury & the future I urge you to email to showy our support.

I’ll be keeping track of all the ideas everyone submits in an easy to read excel spreadsheet.
When it comes time announce candidacy for mayor, my platform will be your ideas.

Don’t be shy. This is your chance to share your ideas, your dreams, your vision.

Let’s do this together.



11 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    De-Amalgamation of Greater Sudbury. Let us take back our own municipalities.

    • Anonymous says:

      you wouldn’t have a municipality places like Chelmsford and lively do not have a big enough tax base to support the needs of a city they would have to unincorporate and then the towns would cease to exist

  2. Anonymous says:

    The end of regional government. Sudbury City…Lively…Chelmsford..Levack…all independent like they use to be. Taxes and water would drop precipitously

    • Anonymous says:

      ya and all the outlying communities would have to be dissolved as not a big enough tax base then we would lose all our services

      • Anonymous says:

        Now the pro amalgamators are using the same excuse the anti amalgamators used to use “our small town will disappear if we amalgamate/our small town will disappear if we de amalgamate” let’s set the record straight on this one: Sudbury would lose on a lot of funding from the outlying communities.

      • Anonymous says:

        Yup the fact of the matter is that sudbury needs the outlying areas and the outlying areas need sudbury

      • Anonymous says:

        Sudbury is the parasite here. Outlying areas were taking care of their own shit long before amalgamation and I’m sure they could still handle themselves just fine.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I would like to see the mafia that is city hall gone. Talk about a shit show and it’s not just the clowncillors I’m talking about.

  4. Anonymous says:

    New hockey arena should be 1st

  5. Anonymous says:

    Just fix the fucking roads

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