Nicole Kieley for Mount Pearl City Council is in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador.
21 hours ago
Solutions start at the doors.Last night marked my 70th day since I knocked on my first door and asked neighbours to share their vision, concerns and hopes for our community. I want to thank the many amazing volunteers that have walked alongside me and to the incredible neighbours that offered their concerns and ideas for making our community a more safer, caring, and thriving place to live. As your Councilor, my first actions will be to meet with my fellow colleagues on the issues I heard at doors, to begin work on possible immediate and long term solutions, and to keep you informed and updated. Key priorities include:The delays and impact of the team Gushue Highway. Specifically the impact of speeding, traffic patterns in neighbourhoods and fare-way streets.Speeding, crosswalk issues in neighbourhoods with seniors, schools zones, and children.The increase in crime and safety issues and the need for more coordination, prevention and enforcement support. Enhancing our trails, sidewalks and intersections to be more inclusive and accessible to pedestrians, citizens utilizing adaptive technology/wheelchairs, and/or who are visually/ hearing impaired. Supporting and enhancing our humane services. The need for more trail ways and parks in new developing areas. Supporting local businesses in a manner that reflects our pre-Covid reality and ensures owners can make the choice to choose, invest and grow Mount Pearl. To be a strong voice at the council table that values collaboration. To welcome valuable debate, ideas and contributions from fellow colleagues. To be accountable to the people, City I serve and position I hold. To build on the promise and pride of our citizens. Know that I am listening, that I am ready to serve and that, together, we can make good change happen. ID: A photo featuring Nicole and volunteer neighbour, Shirley Denine on Mortimore Dr smiling and holding up canvas materials. #KieleyCan #mountpearl #door2door2door ... See MoreSee Less
Nicole Kieley for Mount Pearl City Council is feeling motivated.
4 days ago
The best ideas are exercised. And yesterday’s Landwash Brewery Candidate Q&A event was a great example of that. So proud to be apart of the many supportive, lively and insightful conversations with my fellow candidates. We shared stories from the door, listened to concerns, engaged with community members and took time to get to know each other. While we may have had different perspectives and approaches; we expressed them openly, respectfully and took the time to listen. As your Councillor, I not only commit to being a strong voice, but also to work together with my fellow colleagues to better serve, support and grow our community. ID: A collage of pictures of many candidates standing, smiling and talking. They are all gathered in the dining area of Landwash Brewery.#workingtogether #mountpearl #KieleyCan ... See MoreSee Less