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Growth is vital to the sustainability of any community, Cambridge needs to ensure that if we want to grow in a positive way, that the supports are in place for a complete community. We need to ensure that with development we are building good roads, walkable 15-minute neighbourhoods, and an age friendly accessible city utilizing universal design practices while keeping the history and heritage of Cambridge front of mind. Along with that we need to fill our community with vibrant businesses, arts, culture, and facilities for an active lifestyle as well as planned housing.

We cannot get to the future without knowing our past. Cambridge has a rich industrial history with many heritage buildings still standing today. We must embrace this history and make certain that our architecture, stories, heritage, nature and landscapes are incorporated into Cambridge today and tomorrow.

We need a healthy, strong, livable Cambridge!

On October 24th vote for me, Sheri Roberts, your next Ward 5 councillor!

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Follow the link below for a synopsis of some of the decisions made last night at council.

One exciting development that was shared was that the Core Areas Community Improvement Plan Financial Incentives (CACIP) brought in over 9 million dollars in private sector spending while 1.2 million in financial incentives was approved to the owners of these buildings. For every dollar given, over 7 was brought back into the city!

I sat on a committee that saw the CACIP creation in it's early days and this type of program is exactly what we need to revitalize our downtown core! Encouraging owners to improve accessibility, maintain heritage features, breathing new life into vacant buildings, while increasing housing and jobs in our cores is exactly the type of upstream thinking we need to be bringing to our municipality.Stay connected to the important discussions & decisions made at tonight’s Council meeting. Highlights include: Redevelopment opportunities and investments in our core areas and a new chapter for the Preston Springs location. Read the full update: bit.ly/3dM2lPc
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Follow the link below for a synopsis of some of the decisions made last night at council.  

One exciting development that was shared was that the Core Areas Community Improvement Plan Financial Incentives (CACIP) brought in over 9 million dollars in private sector spending while 1.2 million in financial incentives was approved to the owners of these buildings.  For every dollar given, over 7 was brought back into the city!  

I sat on a committee that saw the CACIP creation in its early days and this type of program is exactly what we need to revitalize our downtown core!  Encouraging owners to improve accessibility, maintain heritage features, breathing new life into vacant buildings, while increasing housing and jobs in our cores is exactly the type of upstream thinking we need to be bringing to our municipality.
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Sheri Roberts for Ward 5 Councillor

Team Teal was in full swing tonight through the rain getting out there and connecting with tons of new folks here in #ourward5cambridge

A little bad weather certainly isn’t going to stop me from getting to your door to have those very important conversations.

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Team Teal was in full swing tonight through the rain getting out there and connecting with tons of new folks here in #ourward5cambridge 

A little bad weather certainly isn’t going to stop me from getting to your door to have those very important conversations. 

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The City of Cambridge is looking for people to work on the upcoming Municipal Election. Click the link below for more details.Don't miss your chance to work this year's Municipal Election! We're hiring for various positions. Learn more at cambridge.ca/election and apply by Sept 30. ... See MoreSee Less

The City of Cambridge is looking for people to work on the upcoming Municipal Election.  Click the link below for more details.

Exciting things are happening in our Ward 5!🎥 Starting today, a film crew will be in town setting up along Blenheim Rd. between Parkwood Dr. and Charles St. Please expect intermittent road closures along Blenheim. Thanks for your patience! More details: bit.ly/3DP9OHx ... See MoreSee Less

Exciting things are happening in our Ward 5!

Did you know that Cambridge has an official plan? The plan provides direction for the city around land use, growth and development. It also guides zoning by-laws, site plans, and city budgets. For more information the city plan can be found on the City of Cambridge website under “official plan”. For the full pdf document visit www.cambridge.ca/en/learn-about/resources/Official-Plan/Cambridge-2018-Official-Plan-Consolidatio...

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Did you know that Cambridge has an official plan?  The plan provides direction for the city around land use, growth and development. It also guides zoning by-laws, site plans, and city budgets.  For more information the city plan can be found on the City of Cambridge website under “official plan”. For the full pdf document visit https://www.cambridge.ca/en/learn-about/resources/Official-Plan/Cambridge-2018-Official-Plan-Consolidation-AODA-2018-09-25.pdf 

#cambridge #cityplanning #cbridge #cbridgeawesome #community #communityengagement #planning #development
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