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Five Ward 8 Priorities Unrelated to LRT

LRT is an easy wedge issue for an election campaign, but in the new Ward 8, most residents are more concerned about what their next City Councillor can do to improve things here.

Here are five priorities the next Ward 8 councillor will have to address that have nothing to do with LRT…

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Lives Here – Why I Am Running Where I Live – In Ward 8!

“Lives Here” is a core message of our campaign, and to me, it’s more than just a campaign slogan.

In fact “Where do you live?” is the most common question I am asked by the residents of the new Ward 8 at their doors (and people who don’t ask usually just assume candidates are required to live in the Ward they’re running for).

I am happy that I can give voters an honest answer: I live in the new Ward 8 where my wife and I chose to buy our house and raise our family – near Upper James and Inverness.

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Top Action Priorities For Ward 8 From Candidate John-Paul Danko

In my previous city council election campaign, I had the privilege of speaking with thousands of residents in the new Ward 8.

After registering to run for Ward 8 in the 2018 City of Hamilton municipal election I have spent the last two months talking to as many people as possible about what their priorities are for Ward 8 and the City of Hamilton.

If elected, here are the top action priorities I’ve heard our friends and neighbours in Ward 8 say need to be addressed:

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Why Vote for John-Paul Danko for Ward 8 in the 2018 Hamilton Municipal Election?

Since registering to run for Hamilton City Council in Ward 8 in the upcoming 2018 municipal election, I have spent the last two months meeting with as many community stakeholders as possible to help establish what Ward 8 voters are looking for in a candidate.

In this post, I have outlined three key assets that I have to offer as a candidate for Ward 8.

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My Top Priorities for Ward 8 – Investing In Family Friendly Neighbourhoods

As a homeowner and taxpayer in Ward 8 who is raising a young family here I have a few personal priorities that really prompted me to run for City Council.

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Press Release – Hamilton Ward 8 Candidate John-Paul Danko Calls on Council to Fill City Manager Position After Fall Election

MEDIA RELEASE
John-Paul Danko Campaign

Call to Action: Ward 8 Candidate John-Paul Danko Calls on Council to Fill City Manager Position After Fall Election

– FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –

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Designing Hamilton’s Public Community Parks for Modern Kids Parents & Grand Parents

The extra hot weather over the last little while has got me thinking about how we use our local parks and community green spaces in Hamilton.

Over the summer, chances are that you spend a lot of time at your local park.

Or maybe not. Continue reading Designing Hamilton’s Public Community Parks for Modern Kids Parents & Grand Parents

10 Random Facts About John-Paul Danko – Ward 8 Candidate

Here are a few fun facts that you might not know about me!

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Event – Centremount Block Party! July 14 Bruce Park 12-4

The Centremount Neighbourhood Association is hosting our 3rd annual summer Block Party on Saturday July 14th at Bruce Park from 12-4.

This is a super fun community event with a great band, summer treats, lots of family activities and an epic slip ‘n slide!

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In the News – City Matters – Ward 8 Candidate John-Paul Danko Discusses Councillor Skelly’s Vacancy

It is common practice when the winner of an event must give up their spot, the victory falls to the second place finisher.  Seems simple right?  This approach has been used by many municipalities too, where a vacant seat is filled by the runner-up during the election for said seat.

I believe that this is the most democratic solution now available to Hamilton City Council as they must fill Councillor Skelly’s (soon to be) vacant seat.

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