Max Zehedi

Age: 52
Occupation: Business Consultant 
Do you live in the city? Yes
For how long have you lived in the city? 20
What are your priorities if elected? Affordable housing, traffic (Skytrain), ban polystyrene plastic trash, bringing theme park, support local businesses and local artists, adding a community center (playing/soccer field, swimming pool)
Is the city managing growth appropriately? No, according to the Census 2016 CNV has grown 940 people/yr from 2011 to 2016. Obviously, the traffic and the rental situation we are facing is not because of 4700 people. Businesses are suffering and people are traveling to Vancouver for entertaining. We need a new team with new visions.
Are you open to amalgamating with the District of North Vancouver? No, I do not think it is fair for the residence of the City of North Vancouver to pay for the extra taxes. 
Should the city facilitate affordable housing and if so, how? Yes, working and collaborating with federal/provincial government and non-profit and development sectors & using the Affordable Housing Reserve Fund, supporting affordable housing projects when appropriate. 
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