Councillor Linda Mosher contact information

Mailing address:
Councillor Linda Mosher
C/O City Hall
PO Box 1749
Halifax, NS B3J 3A5

Work Phone Numbers:
Office: 902 477 8618
Cell Phone: 902 476 4117

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6 Responses to “Dist 9 – Linda Mosher”
  1. David Power says:

    Councillor Mosher, thank you for your support regarding the Africville Off-Leash Dog Park.

    For what it is worth, here is my two cents worth for another location. I have walked the Seaview Lookout Park and although it is not ideal, it is probably the best we will find in mainland Halifax. With a bit of temporary snow fencing it could probably be set up fairly quickly and at a low cost while we are waiting for a permanent solution. Another possible location could be Fenerty Park, at the end of Coronet Ave. You could use the field and incorporate some of the wood trails.

    Thanks again,

    Dave Power
    29 Rockwood
    479-1795

  2. Donna Sperry says:

    Dear Councillor Mosher,
    I have tried through our local police and the traffic division, but no success with the issue I hope can be resolved.
    I work everyday to assist a family to keep their elderly family member in his own home. I love my work, but truly dislike the street I need to get in and out of every day to be there for my client. He lives on Windermere Rd. It is the first street on the right after leaving the Round About to the Herring Cove Road. Most people who live on Windermere will back the entire way down this street and hopefully have a fighting chance to pull out onto Herring Cove Road, without getting hit by a car that is just exiting the Round About. One cannot see any cars until they are right there, so it is always a gamble to get out.
    I have see only a short distance down the Purcell’s Cove Rd., a Amber light up a post on the left hand side of the road. This Amber light will flash to alert drivers that there are cars entering or exiting a small street ahead on the right, that cannot be seen until the driver is on the scene of this small street.
    I was wondering if something similar could be done to alert the people coming out of the Round About that a flashing light may slow them down and give the people of Windermere Rd. a fighting chance. It is a very dangerous location, and it is only a matter of time before there will be a serious accident. I’m certain if someone were to come out and drive up Windermere Rd, and see the dangerous/stressful situation it is to get back out onto Herring Cove Rd, they too may feel the flashing Amber light may be a solution.
    Thank you for taking the time to read and I hope my days of stress with this issue may soon be a thing of the past.
    Donna Sperry

  3. John Cooke says:

    Hello,

    We live at 3151 Mayfield Ave.in Halifax and are astonished by the recent proposed changes to the waste bylaws. We do not have a problem with the bag issue but the leaf and yard waste proposal. We have a corner lot and it seems that all our neighbors leafs blow on to our property. So my question is: Is the city going to be supplying the kraft paper bags as this would be another additional expense. With our property taxes around $3,700 I find this very Fustrating.

    Yours sincerely

    John

  4. Nellie van der Meer says:

    Just want to mention that 2 doors down we had the snow plow clear the end of his driveway but when we motioned for him to do our we were not helped. Being senior citizens it would not take much. I am disappointed that he would not help.

  5. Ned MacInnis says:

    Ms. Mosher, you are absolutely brilliant!Having watered down our winter resorces by way of having the City take on responsibility for sidewalks, we now find ourselves in a position where people are losing money to lost work, companies are losing money to lost custom and even non-profit organizations have lost money owing to cancelled fundraisers. This is all because of your absolutely brilliant idea to take on responsibility for the sidewalks. Old people are unable to get out of their homes. Disabled people are unable to get the store to buy groceries. The list goes on. It’s 5:25 p.m. on Thursday March 19th and the majority of the sidewalks are not clear. A simple two block walk to the store almost had me killed by drivers who do not wish to share the road with pedestrians. But what am I to do when the sidewalks are not clear? I had to get to the drugstore to get medications. As I see it, there are two things you need to do:  re-enact the legislation that make citizens responsible for the sidewalks and then resign.And keep your goddamn beet juice!

  6. Liane Heller says:

    To Ms. Mosher,

    I work on Joseph Howe Drive near the Roundabout, and have been trying for several days to alert HRM via 311 email to a very dangerous situation due to an impassable sidewalk between the Roundabout and 2717 Joseph Howe Drive. Pedestrians have had to walk in the busy road since the snowstorm last week. I’m concerned someone will be seriously hurt or even killed. Not one of my emails has been answered, and I am extremely upset about this.

    Thank you,
    Liane

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