Mary Moojelsky, a long-time Chestermere resident and active Calgary Real Estate Board member in good standing for 35 years, is running for a position on City Council.

Moojelsky has lived in Chestermere for 14 years and also sits on the Chestermere Planning Commission Board, is a member of the Regional Assessment Review Board, and was active in the Community with Chestermere Utilities operation and sustainability, which engages residents and allows for changes.

Moojelsky says she will try to regain trust in the current council by acting with integrity, listening, and communicating effectively with residents. 

"It is staying within your limitations without creating animosity within your working circle. With that is respect, the cornerstone of productivity and moving forward."

Moojelsky said it's all about working with her fellow councilors when asked what policies she would pursue if elected. 

"She would follow the Municipal Government Act and the Mandates and ethics set forth by municipalities' governing bodies in her policies."

Moojelsky says that, as a resident of the Cove in Chestermere, she communicated the issues of the Homeowner Association to the former CAO.

"This allowed the residents to vote and dissolve the Homeowner Association that was in place, making it the responsibility of the city, which enabled the upgrade to the Cove Beach and Park." 

Moojelsky says Chestermere is her home, and she will work hard to enhance it if elected.

"I love Chestermere and would like to retire here, which is why I am so passionate about this."

The City of Chestermere by-election is set for June 24. 

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