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September 19, 2017


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Thanks for posting, Brian. I can say a bit more about Infrastructure Maintenance Prioritization since I attended the work groups. The goal is that city council develop a policy with public input that prioritizes infrastructure maintenance (sorry, building a new bridge is a capital improvement and not addressed by this topic) so staff are not simply selecting a number of projects from a very long list without guidance. Some of us hope that what comes out of are policies such as: "sidewalks to schools and bus stops are maintained at an excellent level."

Thanks for the report, Brian. I was out of town for the past several days and unable to go to the Open House. Good to see climate action plan getting so much support.

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