Pye is an old school lefty, fiery and deeply knowledgeable on the issues. He lists several issues he's concerned with on his website, but I'm particularly interested in this one:
Revitalization of Communities-In 1995-96 prior to amalgamation the former City of Dartmouth hired a consultant to study an area titled Highfield - Pinecrest- Brule. One of the significant recommendations has yet to be considered. The area within the boundary of the study area rezoned R1M, which allowed for the building of single family homes on undersized lots. The intent was to engage the development community in a Pilot Project to build affordable single family homes that the residents of the community could afford.
I've discussed this issue with Pye before, and he says the report is still valid, and HRM should implement its findings.
Pye represents a significant challenge to Fisher, who has distinguished himself for being indistinguishable. All of a sudden Dartmouth north is becoming interesting.
posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Oct 21/16
Surprise! Islamophobic commenters get it wrong. comments 4
posted by EVELYN WHITE, Oct 20/16
The inaugural Chancellor's Chair in Aboriginal Law and Policy wants to inspire young lawyers, and elevate Indigenous affairs at Dalhousie. comments 2
posted by JACOB BOON, Oct 16/16
Six new faces elected to city hall after a night of close finishes and surprising upsets. comments 6
posted by MOIRA DONOVAN, Oct 14/16
Halifax continues to fight a valiant, apparently futile struggle against voter apathy. comments 0
posted by JACOB BOON, Oct 13/16
Barry Dalrymple is the only outgoing city councillor publicly endorsing a successor. comments 0
posted by MOIRA DONOVAN, Oct 11/16
Short of bringing back Halifax County, can we ever hope to be one, big, happy municipality? comments 1
Who couldn't see this happening? GRC certainly did and knew they were in their rights…
Reading the thing on Facebook, man, there's a lot of dipshits out there.
Wasn't the Islamic Center there first?