Antje Wilson

Age: 48
 
Occupation: Business Owner
 
List any political party membership(s): BC Liberal / Federal Conservative
 
Do you live in the city? Yes
 
For how long have you lived in the city? 17
 
Non-incumbents: List municipal committee and/or civic group experience Chair of City Social Planning Committee
BC Liberal Riding Association President
Conservative Riding Association Policy Chair
Ridgeway + Annex Parent Advisory Committee 8 yrs
 
What are your priorities if elected? Reduce Congestion.
Increase and preserve community, educational and recreational infrastructure.
Promote a city hall that listens, especially regarding development density.
Improve intergovernmental cooperation and planning.
 
Is the city managing growth appropriately? No. The City has not coordinated the pace of growth effectively. In certain neighbourhoods, growth has negatively impacted quality of life. Density and development have overtaken and overshadowed other important considerations in our community. It is time to be more thoughtful and inclusive about managing growth. 
 
Are you open to amalgamating with the District of North Vancouver? Amalgamation is a long costly process and the focus now should be on better planning, coordination, and cooperation with our neighbouring districts.
 
Should the city facilitate affordable housing and if so, how? Yes. The city should be lobbying senior levels of government for support and working with the development community exploring innovative use of zoning.
 
Website URL: www.antjewilson.com
 
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