Speaking Municipally

Speaking MunicipallyEpisode 37
Will developers produce parking without minimums?
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Will developers produce parking without minimums?
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Iveson's State of the City address was this week and we've got the Cliff's notes. Meanwhile City Council peeks over the edge of the Precipice of regulating parking and contemplates jumping. City admin suggests that we shouldn't bid on the commonwealth games, and it's not a Bluff to improve our negotiating position. Finally, when Jon D opens his mouth there's no talking him down off that Cliff.

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Iveson's State of the City address was this week and we've got the Cliff's notes. Meanwhile City Council peeks over the edge of the Precipice of regulating parking and contemplates jumping. City admin suggests that we shouldn't bid on the commonwealth games, and it's not a Bluff to improve our negotiating position. Finally, when Jon D opens his mouth there's no talking him down off that Cliff.

Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Intersection Closure
Iveson-Trudeau
Telephone Historical Centre
State of the City
Parking Regulations
Commonwealth Games
Dziadyk Motions
Speaking Municipally is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB. This week we highlighted The Well Endowed Podcast, a production of the Edmonton Community Foundation. The podcast tells the stories of how endowment funds intersect with the community. We also highlighted Perch, a podcast produced by ATB Financial. The show connects with the experts, influencers, and big thinkers who are shaping the province.

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Taproot Edmonton presents a weekly discussion on key stories in municipal politics. We pay attention to City Council so you don't have to! Join us as we delve into conversations about the context surrounding decisions made at City Hall.