JOB GROWTH to Keep Families in Kingston
- promote Williamsville District to attract shops and services for the daily needs of residents to improve quality of life
- support for local business and entrepreneurs
- encourage business growth and public transportation where there is intensification
BALANCED Approach to Housing
- combat Kingston’s low vacancy rates
- make sure low to mid-income demographic is not forgotten by ensuring a wide range of housing that is affordable for every income level
- proactively nurture town-gown relations
SAFE and HEALTHY Neighbourhoods
- approach safety proactively
- preserve and improve parks, gardens, and natural space
- support increased police and bylaw presence
- ensure maintenance of road, biking, and walking infrastructure
- advocate for traffic calming measures where needed
My wife Julie, my son Tony and I have called Williamsville District home for 12 years, where I volunteer on the parent council at Rideau Public School and at the Memorial Centre Farmers Market.
I earn my living as a Senior Web Developer at a locally run IT company where I have proudly worked for 19 years.
I am running for city council because I believe in a Kingston where neighbours respectfully listen to each other before making city-wide decisions. Also, Julie and I want Kingston to be a place where our son has a chance to find a good job when he grows up.
I will bring your voice from Williamsville to City Council by tirelessly working to resolve our neighbourhood concerns and make them a priority for the city.
ADVANCE VOTING BY INTERNET
Saturday, October 13 10:00 AM – Monday, October 22 8:00 PM
Saturday, October 13 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Kingston Memorial Centre – 303 York Street
You are eligible to vote in the 2018 Kingston Municipal Elections if you meet the following requirements
- You are a Canadian citizen; and
- You are at least 18 years old; and
- You are a resident in the City of Kingston; or
- You are a non-resident of the City of Kingston, but you or your spouse own or rent property in the City; and
- You are not prohibited from voting under any law.
To get your name added to the voters’ list you can fill out and print this form found on the city’s website. Then provide ID with your name and address, you can submit it in person at City Hall or you can email a scan or clear photo of the signed document along with your ID to [email protected] – visit the city’s website for all the details
Post-secondary students are eligible to vote in the municipal elections.
There will be free transit for those showing their Voter Information Notice when boarding the bus on both Advance Voting Day (Oct. 13) and Voting Day (Oct. 22) between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm.
Your municipal government is responsible for providing the following services:
- library services
- public transit
- parks and recreation
- public health
- garbage collection and recycling
- water and sewage
- local police and fire services
- employment and social services
- long-term care and senior housing
- social housing
- building permits
- arts and culture
- maintenance of the local road network
- electric utilities
- animal control and by-law enforcement
Vote VINCENT CINANNI on OCT 22