Although the voter turnout of less than 25% was shockingly low at the municipal election in November, 2014, it was still marginally better than the 21% achieved at the previous election in 2011.
For those of you who took the time to vote, you will have noted that the main issue among voters this time was density/traffic/gridlock. Many residents across the North Shore are complaining about the worsening traffic problems – particularly in the afternoon. Many people comment that it is bumper-to-bumper traffic on The Cut most days as early as 3.30 PM.
We thought it would be interesting to hear what the residents in Blueridge/Seymour Heights thought of residential growth on the North Shore, so we have prepared a small survey that we would invite you to respond to. It will only take a few minutes of your time and it will give us a better understanding of how people in our community feel about this issue.
Please CLICK HERE to share your opinion.