The citizens of Montreal West decided that they wanted me to continue the work started in my first mandate. They decided that wanted me to continue leading their Town. And they decided that dirty politics has NO PLACE in Montreal West. Thank you for stating those 3 points so clearly.
I have learned many things throughout this electoral campaign. The people I met and spoke with reinforced many things that are important to them: Our infrastructure work needs to continue and we have to be sure we follow the rules imposed upon us to decrease the chances of collusion within our Town. Second, 95% of our tax burden falls upon our residents; therefore if we can't easily cut taxes, we have to ensure our expenses are justified. And finally, we must ensure that our recreational infrastructure is also updated.
To the newly elected Council, I look forward to working with you as a team dedicated to the betterment of our Town.
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As a resident of Montreal West since 1972, I am deeply committed to this special town. I worked actively toward demerger to help preserve our town’s unique qualities and I was happy to serve the community as Councillor for Finance and Administration from 2005-2009 to help rebuild our town.
I have been a member of the Planning Advisory Committee, organized a committee to study senior housing options, and chaired both the School Committee of Elizabeth Ballantyne School and the Governing Board at Royal West Academy. I have a Diploma in Institutional Administration, and currently work as Director of Human Resources at Marianopolis College.
It is a privilege to serve on Council once more, and I commit to using my knowledge and experience to work for the citizens of Montreal West. As Councillor for Finance, Administration and Human Resources, I am committed to responsible fiscal management and to optimizing our tax dollars. With the additional responsibility for Human Resources, I look forward to collaborating with the employees of the Town of Montreal West to ensure the delivery of a high standard of service to our residents.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if wish to bring anything to my attention or if you have any questions or concerns relating to areas under my jurisdiction.
Julie Tasker-Brown was first elected to Montreal West Town Council in 2009, and is pleased to have been given the opportunity to serve the community for another term. Her responsibilities are Urban Planning and Environment. She chairs several volunteer resident committees, including the Planning Advisory Committee, the Traffic and Safety Committee, and the Tree Committee. Julie is committed to protecting the diversity and architectural integrity of the town’s built environment, preserving its parks and trees, and ensuring Montreal West continues to be an attractive place for people to live, work, shop and play.
To all residents of Montreal West:
You have entrusted me to be one of the four councillors representing you on Town Council, and for that I am very grateful to all of you.
As councillor responsible for the Public Works portfolio I will strive to continue with the renewal and maintenance of the town’s infrastructure. Working together with the Public Works team, we will examine ways to improve the delivery of services in a cost efficient manner.
The Public Works portfolio includes:
An essential part of my mandate is to be open to your suggestions and listen to the issues related to the physical plant of MoWest, with the intention to work towards resolving and improving the towns well being.
Should you have any issues regarding Public Works, I can be reached at email@example.com
I look forward to working with you all over the next four years!
It is a great honour to serve a third term as Councillor for Recreation and Culture in Montreal West. During my first term, just after demerger, much of Council’s work focused on regaining our town’s independence from Montreal.
During my second term, Council was particularly concerned with rebuilding our infrastructure. Going forward,while infrastructure remains a top priority, we must not forget what has made Montreal West such a cherished community—its perfect mix of small town living and big city services. To that end, the Recreation and Cultural Services department will be working hard to enhance our sense of community spirit and pride, and infrastructure renewal will not just focus on roads and sewers. Our parks, playgrounds, municipal facilities, and street tree canopy need just as much attention. These will be a priority for me, personally.
Once again, it is an honour to serve in these two portfolios. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have questions or concerns relating to any area under my jurisdiction.