Milton Deserves Better

Vote Khurshid Ali Khan for Milton
Ward 4 Town Councillor!

Khurshid Ali Khan

A Little About Me
  • Lived with my family in Ward 4 for over 10 years.
  • 118 days of door-knocking since the date of nomination as of Sept 12th.
  • Member of Sustainable Milton a non-profit organization committed protect farmland and the environment
  • I am committed to being an active member of the community, an active listener and advocate for innovative and unique ideas that will improve our town as well as reacting and responding to residents’ concerns.  
  • Active in raising funds four consecutive years for Milton District Hospital.
  • I offered food supply services to seniors affected by the Covid-19 pandemic
  • I started participating in politics in Milton in July 2018 where I volunteered time and energy in Federal, Provincial, and Municipal politics.  I have attended Milton Town council meetings where I shared my views and ideas with council.
  • Milton Ward 4 is where I reside with 4 members of my family. My son who graduated from Milton District High School, my elder daughter who graduated from Saint Xavier Catholic School and my youngest daughter is currently attending Boyne Public School. My wife is a graduate in biotechnology and utilizes her skills working for a medical devices company here in Milton. I purchased my first home in Milton and if elected as a ward 4 town councillor I will work continuously to make Milton a town that is a great place to live, work and play.

Why Vote For Me?

Building a better Milton comes with an extensive list of items, here are a few that I plan to tackle ↓

Improving Infrastructure

Milton’s new neighbourhoods need very careful planning with a commitment to affordability and a mix of housing types, retail spaces and commercial development to support and sustain the future of our town. Affordable living spaces for young people and young families is a must as is affordable housing and services for seniors. Milton can lead the GTA if we consider practical housing solutions to meet the requirements of an age-diverse population that will keep our community vibrant. My skills and experience in construction-project-management will make me an asset on Milton town council. I believe new development in town must consider the needs of young families, seniors, and entrepreneurs. At all times proper infrastructure and amenities must accompany any growth.

My ideas include widening roads especially on main arteries to facilitate the town’s growth and avoid traffic issues and gridlock.

Speeding is a major concern for residents in town and in our ward. I will be an active advocate for improved control measures including additional signage, digital monitoring systems and additional enforcement.

Improved road services is a concern for Milton residents, specifically in the winter. I will advocate for efficient snow removal with the side streets included in the snow removal schedule.

Retail Expansion, Employment opportunities, Milton Education Village, Recreation

A growing population needs education and job opportunities. I will advocate for business-friendly policies that will attract new companies and facilitate the growth of commercial enterprises that are currently here. Expanding Milton’s retail sector will not only compliment local business owners but will also bring 1000’s of employment opportunities for our residents! As a town councillor, I will be an advocate for encouraging retailers to locate here (e.g., COSTCO). Milton needs a state-of-the-art modern retail mall.

Investing in our future generation is the best thing we can do to grow both as a town and community. I am committed to accelerate the momentum for the plans to build the Milton Education Village that include campuses of both Wilfrid Laurier University and Conestoga College. Post-secondary education in town will facilitate affordable higher education opportunities locally for the 100,000+ young people that currently live here in Milton.

A strong community must consider places for recreation and community activities that reflect the needs and demographics of the community it serves. I will advocate for mixed use recreational and community centres including a cricket ground with floodlights.

CN-Railway Intermodal Project

The CN-Railway Intermodal Project, if approved, will include significant changes to traffic routes and infrastructure, as well as potential impacts on air quality and noise levels.

This project will have negative impacts on the community, environment and health of local residents.

The CN Intermodal project is opposed by many members of the Milton community and I will continue to oppose it.