If you’re pressed for time – here are some highlights of investments in Ward 7: INFRASTRUCTURE Unanimous support for a historic $89 million investment in flood mitigation, pump stations, retention basins and sewers in Ward 6 & 7 – as a direct response to flooding in 2016
Today I met with the Mayor in his office to discuss the following: (1) Banwell EA – Tecumseh Road to EC Row expansion $6.5 M project – or two phases: $3.25M Expansion from 2 to 4 lanes Sidewalks & Multi Use Trail Streetlights (2) Sandpoint Beach $5M project that was contemplated in
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
Anne Jarvis wrote an article in the Windsor Star titled: Are We Paying for Towel Warmers? In short – the Host City Agreement that the City signed with FINA does not allow information – such as the cost of hotel rooms – to be made available to the public. My response is simple
I would like to start off by acknowledging Mayor Drew Dilkens for starting the process of a 20 Year Strategic Vision, and for engaging City Councillors through an Open Door policy that was established from Day One of the new term. The Mayor encourages Councillors to drop by his office any time
Got stung by a bee. Met a great former teacher from the great faculty at St. Jules Elementary–Mr. Caspick. And a couple that recently moved to Windsor from Ottawa/Brampton gave me a try of their Hamilton’s Homemade Brittle which was pure heaven (if you want to welcome the new couple
Phenomenal time at the Riverside Sportsmen’s Club tonight raising funds for the Ontario +55 Summer Games. Over 200 people showed up this evening under the big tent to dance and groove to the tunes of Big Wiggle – an absolute terrific cover band. Great night and great fun in Ward 7.