Judy Worsley

Ward 1 City & Regional Councillor Candidate

 

Experienced Leadership

YOU Can Count On!

Vote for Judy on October 22

Long time Burlington resident Judy Worsley has announced her nomination for the Ward One seat on Burlington City Council.

Worsley has extensive experience in community building. Her career has included coordinating the Aldershot Village Business Improvement Area (B.I.A.), taking the organization to its next level, along with management and leadership roles at the United Way and Habitat for Humanity. Her volunteer work has ranged from the Community Honour Roll to the Alderfest Planning Team (where she was a founding member).

Worsley said she would release a full platform later in the campaign but offered the following initial observations:

  • Supports the new official plan but sides with residents on Clearview, Queen Mary and St. Matthew’s Avenue in Aldershot who want their streets removed from the proposed mobility hub.
  • Agrees with the development of the vacant property at 2100 Brant Street in Tyandaga but feels the proposal for over 200 townhouses is too dense.
  • Believes City Council should ask the Province to review the approval of the quarry expansion in Tyandaga.
  • Promises to protect the rights of existing tenants during the proposed redevelopment of Georgian Court Estates in Aldershot and advocates for a percentage of new “affordable” units.
  • Calls for extensive public consultation concerning any redevelopment proposal related to the Brant Court Co-op site on North Shore Blvd at the QEW.

Judy and her husband have raised their two daughters in Aldershot.
She owns and operates a consulting service for small businesses and not-for-profit organizations.

 

Judy Worsley is my recommendation for Ward One City/Regional Councillor. Judy possesses a remarkable breadth and depth of knowledge about community affairs.

She has lived in Ward One for decades and has participated in a variety of community organizations from Girl Guides to the Business Improvement Area (B.I.A.).  Judy will be ready to do the job on Day One.  She will bring effective organizational, planning and listening skills to the Council table.  I believe she will sincerely protect the interests of Ward One residents. Rick Craven

Ward One Councillor (retiring)

You need leadership. You need leadership that listens. Leadership that cares. Leadership with the experience and background to make a difference.
There are two kinds of people in this world, as my mom used to say: those that make a noise and those like Rick Craven and Judy Worsley that make a difference. Ted McMeekin

Former MPP and Cabinet Minister

What does your Ward 1 look like? Tell Judy about the issues important to you.

7 + 9 =

I have known Judy for many years, a community involved person who understands the issues and needs of Ward One – and who is ready and able to be the next City and Regional Councillor for Ward One. Walter Mulkewich

Ward One resident and former Mayor of Burlington.

Meet Judy Worsley


You already may know Judy. She has been a longtime active resident of the Ward 1 community having served as:

  • Executive Director; Aldershot BIA
  • Director Community Development; Habitat for Humanity
  • Director Community Development; United Way of Burlington/ Gr. Hamilton
  • Business Owner: The Transition Group; Support for Small Business & Not-For-Profit

For 36 years Judy has lived, worked, volunteered and raised her family in Ward 1. Throughout her career Judy has focused on growing community and helping others.


Reach Out To Judy

Phone: 905.220.0359

judyworsley4ward1@gmail.com