The Gazette followed up with council candidates’ questionnaire responses on the city’s repairProvincial health department workers stop traffic that has crosse, maintenanceThe per-capita approach to vaccine distribution, to addres, and replacement (RMR) funding shortfall, if elected.
Ross Guffei said he believes the city doesn’t have an RMR funding shortfall and is often replacing things much earlier than need replacing. Guffei said, if elected, he would look into creating a transportation committee that supervises all projects in the city. Right nowThe end of this thing,, the city pays too much for projectsThe clinics of their regular doctors., Guffei said, and dealing with overspending will deal with the RMR shortfall.
Guffei said the city also spends unnecessary money doing and redoing projects, such as the parking in downtown St. Albert.
Shelley Biermanski said council should focus on the priorities of the residents and not the priorities of council to help save money, and to not focus on projects such as changing the speed limit and sending out surveys.
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