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On October 16, St. Albert will elect a new council to be their voice and lead this city into the future. Whatever the day brings, I want you to know that It has been my honor to have served you, the people, for the past 7 years and I am thankful for each moment. As we come to...
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Public service and customer service are two things that are very important to me. The only reason I would run for public office is if I thought that I could do a good job in serving the public. That is why I get up in the morning and what gives me my motivation. Customer service...
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My statement on the Library Plebiscite Update Cards Just over 4 months ago, a group of roughly 50 people collected 6696 signatures petitioning council to have a public vote on whether or not to borrow 21.9 million dollars to construct a second library. The petition was deemed to be invalid, largely due to clerical errors....
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This is something that no one can say with any degree of authority because we have been given many numbers with large variances attached to them. In regards to the construction costs we have been given an estimate of $17.5 million plus or minus 50% to build a second Library. We have also been given...
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My pledge to St. Albertans is to abide by the results of the upcoming plebiscite vote on the Library. If more than 50% support constructing a second Library I will perform my role as Mayor to get this project built, if there is less than 50% I will do what I have to as an...
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This past Monday I moved a motion to postpone second reading of the Library Borrowing Bylaw to November 20, 2017. I put this motion on the table in order to comply with the wishes of the 6700+ residents who signed a petition asking for a plebiscite question on the Library Borrowing Bylaw to be placed...
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Vote Cam Mackay
CAM MACKAY FOR MAYOR OF ST. ALBERT Pledges to Bring Community, Private Sector and Political Experience,  Common Sense Judgment, and Principle to Office St. Albert, AB – Tuesday, June 24, 2017 The BBQ at 59 Sturgeon Road in Red Willow Park on June 24, 2017 was a success, with an estimated 200 residents attending over...
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CAM MACKAY ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR MAYOR OF ST. ALBERT Pledges to Bring Community, Private Sector and Political Experience, Common Sense Judgment, and Principle to Office St. Albert, AB – Tuesday, June 20, 2017 – Cam MacKay of St. Albert, current City Councilor, declared his candidacy for Mayor of St. Albert today. “I am pleased and...
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