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Your Pembroke City Council Candidate 2022
Infrastructure - specifically roads and sidewalks for safety of all residents. There is a very senior population here!
Sewer and water mains to be able to sustain healthy water supply and sewage treatment by pursuing and accessing more financial grants from both Provincial and Federal Governments - Show me the money!
Communication - with the city so that all residents feel heard, timely and efficient responses to concerns and questions. Listen!
The health and well being for all residents including vulnerable population, indigenous, seniors and youth with improved programs and opportunities to become more involved in the community through healthy lifestyle activities, new festivals and programs throughout the year (Pembark)
Support local businesses with incentives and co-sponsoring of events to draw visitors to Pembroke from all over the county.
New opportunities for larger businesses to relocate here to promote growth and attract a younger demographic to Pembroke, enhance community development, more business and economic development means more tax base = more money to support and sustain our city.
Continue to build on safe accessible spaces for community involvement through park rejuvenation and maintaining the beauty of the waterfront all along the river enhancing what this beautiful City already has to offer.
Alternative transit forms - bike lanes/bike rentals for safe “green” transportation end to end in the City.
A Vote For Karen Walsh Is A Vote For...
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My 104.9 Pembroke Today Radio Interview
Communication is a big reason she decided to run for council and says she recently had to wait months to get an answer back from city staff.
Walsh says she would bring new eyes, new ideas and new perspective and would be honoured to represent residents on council.
She hopes to attract more people to live in Pembroke to help grow the tax base.
Walsh grew up in Ottawa, has spent over 30-years teaching with the York District Catholic School Board and retired in 2019. Walsh decided to move closer to family that lives in the Ottawa Valley and found a home in Pembroke.