Thursday, September 30, 2021, Calgary, AB - Farkas continues platform roll-out with promise to protect single-family neighbourhoods and reverse the controversial “Guidebook”

“Calgarians deserve a mayor and council who will put the interests of the people ahead of their own. It’s time to put aside ideology and lean in on Calgary’s strength as a place for young Calgarians to begin their families,” Jeromy said. “My vision is to build a city that respects the choices of Calgarians and how they want to live their lives. That means protecting our single-family neighbourhoods.”

“I promise to work to reverse the controversial community Guidebook that was rushed through Council. This flawed document saw opposition from more than 40 community associations and thousands of individuals who turned out to the public hearings in record numbers, just months ahead of a civic election,” Jeromy continued.

Buying a home is the largest investment most people will ever make. Calgarians deserve to have a voice in changes and development happening in their community. It’s time to modernize City Hall’s planning policies through genuine public consultation,” Jeromy concluded.