ALBERTA VOTES 2008

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February 1, 2008 | 03:57 PM

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Morgan Perly (Strathcona) wrote:

Actually, the Province has had the 'four laned highway' aka Highway 21 on the books for 10 years. It was Strathcona County's poor planning with developers that has caused this issue...

Posted March 3, 2008 10:17 PM

Drew Yeo (Sherwood_Park) wrote:

I feel as if our community is under siege. We are constantly being informed of further highway, industrial, and community growth in our so called rural setting. We live on an acreage and do not receive water or sewage services (but a heavy tax bill all the same). My chief concern with our former MLA was that putting four-lane highways and annexing people's land does not enhance quality of life.

It would seem that we need a stronger voice to tackle the idea of quality planning. Dave Quest, our new PC candidate does not have any answers for us when I contacted his office. I was hoping for a clear plan to get the Edmonton regional planning group to actually work but was told that "Dave was working on it". This also reflects the greater threat that all communities face with unchecked growth crowding at their doorsteps be it industrial or residential.

Our Premier is right, it is time for a change...

Posted March 2, 2008 09:03 PM

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