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City councillor and candidate for mayor Cam MacKay has come out against a proposed land swap in the Braeside neighbourhood.
At a campaign barbecue held over the weekend at the proposed site along Sturgeon Road, MacKay told the crowd that he does not support the potential land swap between the city and a private developer.
“It bothers me and it bothers people who live in St. Albert to think that it is even an option,” MacKay said.
Councillor Cathy Heron, who is also vying for the mayor’s seat, said that she hasn’t seen the proper reports on that space to make a final decision but both candidates agree that preserving the green space in St. Albert is one of the most important priorities for residents.