School Closures a City Issue Too

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 –

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Banwell Hill Multi-Use Trail – Update

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

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Some Spring Scenes in Ward 7

“If you will stay close to nature, to its simplicity, to the small things hardly noticeable, those things can unexpectedly become great and immeasurable.”  – Rainer Maria Rilke Residents of East Riverside and Forest Glade appreciate the diversity and beauty of our many parks – where

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A Question Regarding City Council Compensation

A Windsor resident recently posed a question on social media asking about the compensation that City Councillors receive in the City of Windsor.  The question was asked in the context of some of the perks that City of Toronto councilors receive.  It’s a fair question and definitely that

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Ward Walk II – Forest Glade Update

Once again – lightning quick response from the CAO and City Staff. The garbage container that was spray painted with graffiti in Derwent Park has been replaced. The large item garbage strewn on McRobbie has also been collected – including the rusted mattress springs that presented

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Ward Walk II – Forest Glade

The last Ward Walk was a tremendous success – with City Administration responding quickly and effectively to address deficiencies in Ward 7 neighbourhoods. This weekend we spent a couple of hours touring the Forest Glade area to identify items requiring fixing.  Check back here for

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Canadian Historical Aircraft Association

Do yourself a favour and book your tour of the Canadian Historical Aircraft Association museum www.c2ha.ca Make sure to check out and touch the grand Lancaster bomber among the many amazing aircraft. The amount of volunteer hours invested in this community gem is immeasurable.  A thousand

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