On Mandatory Masks for Phase 3

On Friday Dr. Mackie, Chief Medical Officer at the Middlesex-London Health Unit, issued an instruction making masks or face coverings mandatory in all enclosed indoor public spaces. Now this instruction does come with some common sense exemptions like: Children under 12 years old; People who have a medical condition or disability that inhibits their ability … Read more On Mandatory Masks for Phase 3

Council Preview: Feb 20, 2019

This is being shared much, much later than normal. I’m sorry about that. It has been a very busy past few days and I just haven’t had a chance to put my thoughts down as of yet. Here is the full agenda for this week’s meeting, for those wanting to play along at home. Court … Read more Council Preview: Feb 20, 2019

Council Recap: Sep 26, 2018

Hello! I hope you had a fantastic weekend. Let’s take a look back at what transpired during Middlesex Centre’s Council meeting for September 26, 2018. If you missed it, here is the preview I wrote. The closed session previously mentioned occurred, and lasted until just a little past 6pm. The purchase of eScribe meeting agenda … Read more Council Recap: Sep 26, 2018

Council Preview: Sep 26, 2018

This week’s Council meeting has a whole lot of items affecting Ward 4. Let’s dive in and see what decisions need to be made on September 26, 2018. We’ll get started at 5:30pm and head into a closed session right away. If all goes well, we will be ready to start normal Council at 6pm! … Read more Council Preview: Sep 26, 2018

Middlesex Centre Council Recap: Jan 2018 – April 2018

Hello there! First, let me please apologize for not posting these updates as often as I wanted to. To be frank, not a whole lot happened during the last half of 2017 except for a few key issues: The OMB hearing over the Tridon/Don Black lands (formerly the Gabriel farm on Glendon Dr) was dealt … Read more Middlesex Centre Council Recap: Jan 2018 – April 2018