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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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Kay Khilvinder HaleYes****Demolition and Conversion policies to protect against demolition of existing affordable housing and replacement with more expensive homes. ****Community Land Trust; to hold land for the benefit of the broader community. Government should partner with the Community Land Trust to support the development and preservation of affordable homes.
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Alex Bobby MegalosYesRezoning properties that can be better used for the area that they are in and when people want to down sizes they can sullen property and build on the other that they have. So helping them to down size and still stay within their community that they love. they just might have new neighbours on both sides of them.
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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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Lori MayhewYes1. Require new developments to maintain a certain percentage of units as rentals. 2. Utilize new laws allowing 'rentals only' zoning. 3. Finding a way to reduce the impediments to suites in houses while maintaining regulations for safety.
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Dylan KrugerYesYoung families and seniors are leaving Delta. So many friends that I went to school with are, like me, getting married and having children. And though they love Delta, they are being forced to move out to Langley, Abbotsford, Chilliwack or even further because of a lack of housing options for them here. I also know many empty nesters and seniors who are looking to downsize and free up their family homes for new families, but are unable to do so because of a lack of mid-level housing options for them here. If elected, I would fight to create those options by zoning for higher density in our town centres, and providing new incentives to developers to build high-quality rental units. We need to do this for the sake of the long-term sustainability of our community. We also don’t have to choose between keeping families and seniors in Delta and protecting our open agricultural land – we can do both, and we should do both. By building up our town centres and preserving our agricultural land, we can help keep our families and seniors in Delta, while also revitalizing our city and helping small businesses to thrive.
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Joan HansenYesencourage more new builds of rental accommodation
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