Council Recap: Oct 24, 2018

If you missed the last Council meeting preview, you can find it here. As for the tardiness of this update, this can be attributed to the fact that I spent most of this past week in Montreal on business. Recap As predicted, the closed meeting was rather short. Less than a few minutes. Brian Lima, … Read moreCouncil Recap: Oct 24, 2018

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 moreCouncil 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 moreCouncil 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 moreMiddlesex Centre Council Recap: Jan 2018 – April 2018

Doing the Research on an OPP Alternative

Since taking office in November 2016, and before that during the 2014 campaign, I have been told that, at times, our current police service can feel inadequate. After sending the Ontario Provincial Police a number of questions aimed at determining the service Middlesex Centre is provided in exchange for $2+ million per year, and having … Read moreDoing the Research on an OPP Alternative