Dan Dromarsky candidate for Mayor speaks to seniors
“Dan for Mayor” campaign visits Rosedale Estates
September 28, 2010, Edmonton, Alberta – The race for Mayor of Edmonton in the 2010 Edmonton Election received a little creativity as Account
executive, Daniel Dromarsky outlined his election platform to the residents of Rosedale Estates.
If voted in as Mayor on October 18,2010 the 32 year-old is dedicated to making a major change
in how personal property taxes are paid. Dromarsky would push to allow Edmontonians to “be able pay at the current rate for up to 3 years on personal property taxes” to encourage more people pay
taxes on-time and allow taxpayers to take advantage of current rate.
“This would allow seniors and anyone else who owns a personal residence in Edmonton to have
one less concern about the cost of living. Many long time citizens have savings that may want to invest in the city and in return they have the peace of mind knowing that they won’t have a tax
increase.” says Dromarsky.
A similar model for prepayment is used to pay for tuition in some Colleges/ Universities in
the USA and can allow the City to pay down existing debt.
Dromarsky adds “As Mayor I want to offer citizens the opportunity to invest in Edmonton. The
less interest the City has to pay on existing debt the more it can invest back into its citizens and keep tax increases to a minimum or stationary. If we can use this model to keep taxes
consistent more citizens will want to invest in this idea.”
Daniel Dromarsky’s election platform also includes the use of technology, secure on-line voting in future
elections / plebiscites, support for the City Centre Airport to remain open, the development of a new hockey arena in the downtown core, and expanding LRT service through the city in a more
fiscally responsible manner while minimizing the impact to commuter traffic and residents living near the LRT lines.
Dromarsky is still aggressively using social media, e-mail, his website, speaking engagements,
and door to door visits in his bid to attract as many voters to head to the polls as possible. “It is important to connect with those of all ages, these residents have valuable input and many are
marvelous citizens.” Dromarsky adds.
To read more about the Edmonton-born and raised husband and father, and his election platform visit Daniel Dromarsky’s
website at www.danformayor2010.com and his Facebook Page at http://bit.ly/d0JCvi.