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City of North Vancouver
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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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Payam AzadYesI intend to 1. get 35% of whatever will be built for public housing 2. Build more public housing by volunteers and free construction materials 3. Confiscate empty homes 4. Ban foreign ownership 5. Allow no more than 1 unit for 1 person.
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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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Bob FearnleyYesPurpose built affordable housing based on income level for people with a strong connection to our community; born and grew up here, parents here or work here.
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Mack McCorkindaleYesPrioritize and approve purpose-built rentals, enact rental only zoning to ensure rental stock is replenished when redeveloped, work with senior levels of government to tap into the funding that is available for such projects.
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Jessica McIlroyYesIncreasing the supply of purpose-built rental buildings, working with partners to increase the supply of subsidised and low-income housing, support the development of co-housing and housing co-operatives, and investigate the feasibility of modular housing units for shelter and transition spaces.
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Angela GirardYesThe City of North Vancouver needs to create more purpose built rentals and increase zoning for rentals to increase our rental stock. The City could also encourage the development of legal suites in single family homes and duplexes, and create low income housing for seniors through community amenity contributions. Further, municipalities should be advocating senior levels of government to provide tax incentives for those property owners who rent out their secondary investment properties, as a way of preventing properties from sitting vacant. Thank you.
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Tony ValenteYesChoice, choice, and more choice. We need all kinds of housing options: coach houses, co-housing, supporting cooperative housing, leveraging rental zoning...there is no single solution, but to address the housing crisis we must ensure we are building all kinds of new housing to ensure our community continues to be inclusive.
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Anna BoltenkoYesAs a city, we should use every tool and policy and approach in our power. But we’re in a crisis and we need dramatic action from the province and (we need) the federal government to come back to the table after a long hiatus.
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Ken IzattYesZoning for rental only and build more rentals. Incentives for developers to build appropriate housing.
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