Home grown retired businessman and race car enthusiast Kerry Morris enters the newbie mayoral race.


Kerry Morris made it official last Friday – entering the winner take all mayoral race.  Kerry came in a very close second in our last 2014 heated and contentious city election.  Which featured mayor Mussatto having his candidacy signs illegally placed in bike racks and blatantly having his staff handing out Team Slate material at city hall “during the election period.”  Whether Kerry can cross the finish line ahead of the likes of Bolshie Heywood and Mussatto crony Buchanan… we’ll know in just 61 days.

We now have three contenders vying to be our next mayor.  Is Councillor Clark going to be the next batter up and is there anyone else hanging around the mayoral dugout… hmm.

Today’s cartoon is not an endorsement or sanctioned by Kerry Morris.  But yes I did contribute a couple 11th hour posters for his campaign in November 2014.  But let me be very clear we have never discussed me supporting or working for his 2018 campaign.  Choosing instead to focus on the pros and cons of each mayoral candidate from my POV perch.

If you are undecided in who to elect for mayor or want to find out more information on Kerry Morris checkout his “for a better tomorrow” website offering a platitude of issue and position themed videos and perspectives on traffic, development and business and much more like once being a competitive race car driver. http://kerrymorris.ca/

Upcoming 21 Street “Black Top” should be a testy KUMBAYAH interlude between cyclists and seniors SHARING the same pathway!


Silver Harbour Seniors’ Activity Centre accessibility is on a collusion course with cyclists according to many seniors who use the SHSAC on a regular basis.  And what is so asinine about this is WHY the city wants to proceed with this BLACK TOP BIKE PATH when city council is proposing REDEVELOPMENT of these lands along with the HJCRC by campaign double dipper donor Darwin Properties.   Is it not conceivable this pathway may need to be altered, re-worked into the developer’s final pedestrian/traffic flow schematics.  Or is the mayor that convinced these lands will not be handed over to Darwin Properties.  i.e. The mayor and his Team Slate Collusion have already decided 4 to 3 in not having a new HJCRCentre at this location?  In the meantime our infamous mayor’s Black Necklace final link will not be deterred or denied…  all hail Commandant Mussatto’s dam bike legacy!

A consequence that should bare validity after October 20th city elections re: our city’s daily less than “2% cyclists.”
http://theprovince.com/opinion/op-ed/lawrence-solomon-rip-out-the-bike-lanes-before-more-people-get-hurt