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Better subdivision design increases quality of life and reduces our taxes

Subdivision design is heavily influenced by policies crafted at City Hall, which means it's up to council and staff to make sure we're encouraging excellent development practices. Dave has ideas on how to make this happen.
Written by Dave Lane at 19:20

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A great way to support Dave Lane for Councillor at Large

On August 28th, come to Masonic Temple for the incredible dinner theatre show "Women Doin' Men." Have a fun night and a great meal, all the while supporting the Vote Dave Lane campaign!
Written by Vote Dave Lane at 11:52

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A Day at the Lake... And in the Tank!

Dave was at Quidi Vidi Lake for Regatta Day and had a great time meeting people and taking in the sights. He also took a plunge in the Young Adult Canada Cancer dunk tank... read on for an action shot!
Written by Dave Lane at 15:30

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A quick overview of my platform

Dave released his platform this week, which gives his stance on issues such as Engagement, Traffic, Public Transit, Heritage, Development, Housing, Crime, and Taxes. Here's a quick overview.
Written by Dave Lane at 17:00

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Cleaner streets and fewer tickets

Dave sits on St. John's City Hall's Police and Traffic committee, and yesterday raised the issue of a high volume of parking tickets due to street cleaning. He also suggested a solution.
Written by Dave Lane at 11:36

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