Here's what Rod has already done in his current term on City Council:
In June 2015, his motion to ban corporate and union money from British Columbia's local elections was passed by council.
In October 2017, council unanimously his motion to promote affordable rental housing was passed by council
In March 2018, council unanimously passed his motion to press the District of North Vancouver to cost-share the operations of the new Harry Jerome project according to the current funding formula.
In October 2017, council unanimously passed his motion to press the provincial government to include institutional buildings in the new provincial building code
In September 2016, council failed to pass his motion to advance the provision of sidewalks on one or both sides of the 400 block of East 1st and East 2nd Streets.
In May 2017, council unanimously passed his motion to report the details of the City's Density Bank, including origins of all density within the bank, with an eye to making these details readily available on the City's website for the public's information.
In October 2017, council unanimously passed his motion that staff report on the advisability of allowing storage space under Coach Houses within the City.
In November 2017, council unanimously passed his motion pressing Metro Vancouver to require Seaspan to host a public information meeting concerning the Vancouver Drydock application to discharge air contaminants from their facility at Pier 96 - 203 East Esplanade.
In April 2018, council unanimously passed his motions to co-ordinate the transportation of excavation soil spoils with other Metro Vancouver municipalities and to approach Metro Vancouver to establish a new deposit site.
In April 2018, council unanimously passed his motion to demand the repeal of Metro Vancouver's retroactive retirement benefit for politicians serving on the Metro Vancouver board.
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