The September 12, 2018 Middlesex Centre Council meeting allowed us to keep moving some important things forward, as you will see below. Lots of small, incremental changes eventually lead to big changes that we don’t always feel, but suddenly seem obvious when you compare certain periods of time. I hope that we will notice a … Read moreCouncil Recap: Sep 12, 2018
Hi there! I hope you read my post from earlier today about the changes we can look forward to seeing over the next 20 years. Here is a preview of the issues we will be discussing and voting on during this Wednesday’s Council meeting. We have a closed session at 5:30pm The normal Council meeting … Read moreCouncil Preview: Sep 12, 2018
Much has been made of the Glendon Drive Environmental Assessment, which lasted over two years, and for good reason! It is a major thoroughfare through our community, handling thousands of vehicles every day. It has old, oddly-oriented connections to it that make safety a problem, even when drivers are following the rules of the road, … Read moreWhat’s Happening to Glendon Drive?
Since I took office in November 2016, the issue people want to speak with me about the most has been our water and wastewater rates. They want to know why they are so high, and what can be done to reduce them. After many discussions about this issue, I can boil down the current situation … Read moreOn Water and Wastewater Rates
Here is your recap of the Middlesex Centre Council meeting that occurred on August 15, 2018. For the preview, click here. For the full agenda, click here. We started with a Closed Session surrounding the recently completed Employee Engagement Survey, which was brief. Brad Bunke of GM BluePlan Engineering provided a detailed report on the … Read moreCouncil Recap: Aug 15, 2018