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Donna L. Brinkworth

Communications Officer

City of Medicine Hat

Email: d***@***.ca

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City of Medicine Hat

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Employment History

Motivational Coaching and Writing

Spiritdance


Affiliations

Canadian Kennel Club

Tracking Judge and Tracking Coach and Clinician


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This year planners are giving residents a voice in where they want to see money channelled, said Donna Brinkworth, communications officer with the Town of Ponoka.
Last year, council opened the doors - also a first - to the budget deliberation process, which saw some interest from residents. This next step is to further improve that process. "What we want to do with the budget is get a feeling of what matters most to people," explained Brinkworth. She says no stone will be left unturned when looking at ideas for Ponoka's future and determining where money should go. "Every idea we get, we're going to list it." To help guide residents, a survey is being provided with areas of focus such as thinking of Ponoka as a place for young families, seniors, sports and recreation, business and industry and other areas such as infrastructure needs. "When we go forward with the budget we (will) have a sense of values," said Brinkworth of the survey. Residents are asked to prioritize answers in the survey from one to five and there are spaces for additional comments. Another question asks: If you could spend $20,000, or add $50 to everyone's annual property taxes, what would you like to see this money spent on? "It will help shape the vision for Ponoka," said Brinkworth. Other questions relate to what residents like about Ponoka and what they would like to see remain the same. Surveys will be made available online, at the workshop and drop boxes around the community. Brinkworth said once all the data is compiled, the information will be provided to the public to provide them with an idea of what is important to residents. The more people who take part in the open house and the survey, the better planners and councillors will be able to set a vision for Ponoka, added Brinkworth. Part of the open house will have councillors asking informal questions to residents. Brinkworth says this is a chance for council to listen to what matters most to residents. This first open house will be a framework for expanding to the town's open budget deliberation process, said Brinkworth. She said council wants to continue to improve on engaging residents.


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Urban Tracking Seminar with Donna Brinkworth
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www.ponokanews.com

Donna Brinkworth, communications officer, said five crews plus a water crew were called into action to get services up and running.
"The town always responds to power failures," said Brinkworth. She said emergency crews such as EMS, police and fire also lost power and had to rely on backups until workers could fix the problem. Employees did not return home from work until approximately 4 a.m. "It's important for the power to come back up as soon as possible," said Brinkworth. She says the town website: www.ponoka.ca also has an emergency link on the top of its page in the event of a major emergency.


www.ponokanews.com

"We get our water from the City of Red Deer, Red Deer River, and so there won't be an impact on Town water supplies," said town communications officer Donna Brinkworth.
She adds this does not mean the town is turning a blind eye to the situation.


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