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New Westminster
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CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR
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Running for Mayor
Commitment to 3% vacancy target and how to get there:
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CANDIDATES FOR COUNCIL
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Running for Council
Commitment to 3% vacancy target and how to get there:
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Jaimie McEvoyYesI have supported rental incentives that have led to 1200 new rental units already built or being built in our small 7 square mile city, after more than 20 years without a new apartment building previously. Deference and speedy process for builders of rental has helped, as confirmed by the CHMC. While supply may increase the vacancy rate, however, it doesn't resolve all of the problems of affordability. As a city, we advocate for the meaningful return of the federal government to building housing.
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Nadine NakagawaYesInclusionary zoning, regulate short-term rentals, review laneway & carriage house guidelines
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Angela SealyYesKeep existing stock in good repair Revisit zoning by-laws Negotiate with developers and other levels of government
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Benny OgdenYesThe city needs to be proactive in creating housing. I want to have the city buy land for developers to build on. When the units are sold the city will get a small amount of the sale to cover the cost of buying the land. The city would then be able to make a few rules for the new strata. 100 percent rentals will be allowed as will pets and kids. The city would also get a few units that could be used to house people who are renovicted.
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Chuck PuchmayrYesThe #teamcote council have been working with the provincial government in opposing dramatic rent increases including limited lease rentals .
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