Hi! I'm Troy. Let's talk.  

Most of my professional experience comes from my role as a software developer. In software, there exist some well-accepted principles for writing great software within a budget: break down problems into their smallest solveable pieces and don't repeat yourself

I believe these same concepts can be applied directly to Edmonton City's Council, which is why I am running for a seat in Ward 11.

You'll often hear that compromises need to be made to reduce taxes by cutting "extra" services that aren't required. I think we can make Edmonton a great place to live by reducing the tax burden and offering a slate of great services. We need to make the right investments: across nearly all industries, service is up and costs are down due to the increase in technology and automation. We need to better leverage technology to free up employee time to do work that software cannot easily take care of. We need to make the city open-first, so that citizens and journalists can help in the process of improvement, without burdening resources with FOIP requests. We need to use transportation dollars more effectively: reducing collisions will save more money than the infrastructure changes cost. Our Photo Radar program needs to work to make the streets safer, with specific, targeted deployments and open citizen oversight.

We need a new voice on City Council. I look forward to convincing you that I can be that voice.

Any questions or feedback? I want to talk with you.

From the Blog

This Week at Edmonton City Council: February 13-17

February 17th, 2017

The Metro line is running full speed, the debate on selling river valley land, and ETS user experience were all topics this week