Authors Posts by Councillor Jeromy Farkas

Councillor Jeromy Farkas

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Jeromy Farkas is part of a new generation of leadership: fiscally conservative and socially live-and-let-live. He lives in Palliser and is supported by a young, grassroots team of volunteers who are focused on restoring Calgary’s economic opportunity.
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Budget Changes, Tax Bills, and a Town Hall

Dear Friends,As the Christmas lights come down, 2020 is now upon us.While many are enjoying the wintry outdoor recreation or renewed gym passes...
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Holiday Greetings, Generosity, and Fighting for Calgarians

Dear Friends,The most magical time of the year is upon us.With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season in full gear, friends...
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A Remembrance Day Message

Dear Friends,I love November. It’s the calm before the Christmas season and a time to reflect on our many blessings thanks to the...
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What a Year It Has Been!

Dear Friends,What a year it has been! We’ve worked together to tackle the need for more openness at City Hall. We’ve highlighted the...
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Remembrance Day, Olympic Bid, Town Hall

Dear Friends,Please join me this month in honouring the thousands of courageous Canadian troops who fought and made the ultimate sacrifice for our...
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Next Ward 11 Town Hall is October 23

Dear Friends,It is hard to believe that this month marks one year since I was elected as your Councillor. I appreciate the trust...
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Olympic Vote, Construction Woes, Taxes

Dear Friends,Welcome back from the summer break! I would like your feedback on some important civic issues.ConstructionThank-you for taking the time to...
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Flood Mitigation Town Hall Recap and last Town Hall for the Summer

Dear Friends,This month marks the fifth anniversary of the 2013 flood. As many of you are intimately aware, this disaster caused significant economic...
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Town Hall Scheduled Regarding Flood Mitigation

Dear Friends,May showers are said to bring May flowers but, in Calgary, they also bring to the forefront flooding concerns for many Ward...