In the summer – I like to get out on my bike and tour Ward 7. I like to check in on road work and other capital projects that are in the process of being completed such as the walking trails at Forest Glade Optimist Park. I also like to talk to neighbours on their […]
CBC Windsor conducted an in-depth analysis of debates over critical issues, Council work, and voting patterns of members of City Council – ascribing a Letter Grade to each City Councillor. Here is the article: City Council Grades City Council Grades:
As we transition from emergency and recovery mode – it makes sense to start the process of reviewing the state of our storm and sanitary system. We got the ball rolling at City Council on Monday with a few questions and followed this up by additional questions submitted to the City
I recommend checking out the delicious strawberries, nectarines, tomatoes, cucumbers, pastries and apple pies – as well as a slice of local history – at the Riverside Farmers Market at Riverside Sportsmen Club.
I support the right kind of Sports Tourism – which is the reason I voted to support the OFSAA Track and Field Championship that will be hosted in Windsor this summer. The City was asked to provide about $10,000 in support – about half in-cash and half in-kind – by the local
I attended a meeting of the Public School Board – along with my Council Colleagues Rino Bortolin and Chris Holt – to get a better understanding of the Board’s thinking surrounding the latest recommended Program and Accommodation Review Committee (PARC) process which –
Many residents walking along the Multi-Use Trail (MUT) at the foot of Banwell Hill along Radcliff Road will likely notice that after a rainfall the run-off from the hill brings mud onto the multi-use trail rendering it very slippery. I have made our Parks Department aware of this problem and