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Steve Milani for Port Moody Council!
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I am running for a place on Council in Port Moody's next election. I want to help shape our city into one where we can live, work and play, ensuring a wonderful quality of life for Port Moody residents. Help our grassroots campaign win by donating today!

A Brief Introduction...

My name is Steve Milani. I was raised in Burnaby and moved to Port Moody with my wife twenty years ago as we thought it was the ideal place to raise a family. We now have three children aged 12, 17 and 20 and live in a house that we built right in the middle of Port Moody Centre, just a short walk from the picturesque Rocky Point Park where you can often find us jogging, cycling or just chilling! I am running for Council because I am concerned with the ‘majority’ of current Council’s disregard for our OCP (Official Community Plan) and believe they do not have a clear vision of our future. I feel we need a fresh, well thought out plan in place to guide us as we head into a new decade. I have the time, energy and drive to take on the role of Councillor and would be honoured to receive your vote on election day.

Smart Growth!

Countless hours of community consultation goes into creating an OCP (Official Community Plan), let's respect it. We need to 'stay on track' so that we do not exceed our ambitious growth target of 50,000 residents by the year 2040. Development is good, as long as it adds to the quality of life for Port Moody residents, rather than detract from it. That means NO wall of towers from Ioco Road to Barnet Highway! Let the community decide its future, not the developers. We need things that really matter to the community like affordable rentals, housing for seniors and daycare; it's time to get creative!

Gorgeous Parks!

We love our parks, both big and small, so let's both protect and add to them. If we don't increase density at the end of Ioco Road to appease developers, there won't be a need for a new road through Bert Flinn Park, allowing it to remain in its natural state for all to enjoy. Any future redevelopment of the 'old mill' site on our waterfront should incorporate a beautiful continuation of Rocky Point Park as part of its design.

Amazing Amenities!

With our population continually increasing, there is no question that we will have to expand our current civic facilities. We must maintain ownership of the 'old firehall' site and 'public works-yard' to ensure that we can meet the needs of both present and future Port Moody residents by providing amazing amenities! Let's get some community input so see what residents are looking for. It could be a new library, Seniors Centre, Parkour park or maybe even an indoor pool!

Live | Work | Play

Growth is generally accompanied by an increase in traffic so moving forward let's design our city to lessen this nasty side-effect. Let's make it a place where we can not only live and play but also work, lessening the commute and increasing the quality of life. How do we do this? Well for starters, we must not rezone all of our commercial and industrial properties to make way for more condos. Strategic and well thought out planning is the key .  

This grassroots campaign needs to fund lawn signs, events, brochures, and mail outs. Donate what you can, share this campaign, and please encourage others to donate. Together, we'll fight the good fight to get Port Moody back on track! On election day, please Vote STEVE MILANI for City Council. 'Putting Residents First!'

See more online at www.stevemilani.ca 
Contact Steve by email: info@stevemilani.ca or by phone: 604-931-5151 

Maximum donation $1200CAD, only from individuals who are BC residents, and either Canadian citizens or permanent residents.

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