I didn't see an activism section, so I'll be brief
I am looking to organize as many pro-development people as I can for political clout - to help move some of these stalled and rejected proposals ahead... Other than Kings Wharf they are all getting "rejected". Time to stop this trend!
Please feel free to join my group if you would like to take part in the discussion, thanks.
This is Dartmouth's time, and on the issue of development, there must be no delay, or no hesitation, or no compromise with our purpose. We cannot, we must not, refuse developers who wish to make sizeable investments in our community. We must realize it is our duty to be invloved in the process, to lobby politicians and developers for changes we would like to see. We must take ownership of our fair city as we all realize the potential it has.
And we ought not, and we cannot, and we must not wait another eight months before we get started. We have already waited 250 years and more and the time for waiting is gone. So I ask you to join me in working to advance the important discussion on Development in Dartmouth.
But even if we influence one development foward, the overall battle will not be over. What we need here in Dartmouth is a larger movement which reaches into every neighbourhood of our City. It is the effort of Dartmouthians to secure for themselves the full blessings of life through sensible forward-thinking urban development. This is our cause. We must overcome the crippling legacy of the very vocal, small mided minority.
We shall overcome.