Amherstburg Using $1.7M OCIF Grant For Concession Road 4 North, Pacific Avenue

The Town of Amherstburg has received more than $1.7 million in provincial funding that will be directed toward much-needed road improvement projects.

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Amherstburg Seeking Input On Concept Plan For Libro Centre Expansion

The town is unveiling and seeking input on an exciting vision to build out the Libro Centre with amenities including baseball diamonds, batting cages, a pool and splash pad, pickleball and tennis courts, a skate park, a basketball court, a BMX track, outdoor fitness equipment, an events plaza, and a Big Creek Trail walking loop.

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Amherstburg's Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic Set To Open

Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics, like the one opening in Amherstburg Monday, offer many of the benefits of a family doctor plus a range of other services devoted to health management and preventive care.

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Joint Use Agreement Expands Recreational Programming Opportunities

A Joint Use Agreement between the Town and the public school board should provide Amherstburg residents with significantly enhanced access to recreational programming.

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Amherstburg’s TRUE Festival To Promote Diversity, Inclusivity

Amherstburg will play host to a new, winter festival designed to attract members and supporters of the LGBTQ2+ community and put the Town on the map as a year-round destination for tourists.

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School Board Unveils Plans For New Amherstburg High School

The public school board unveiled in Amherstburg Thursday night plans for a $25-million, 106,000-square-foot High School that will house more than 800 students and replace General Amherst High School and Western Secondary School.

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Amherstburg Budget Invests In Roads, Active Transportation

My council colleagues and I passed a budget with a 0.56 per cent tax increase that sets aside $500,000 for the Great Spaces, Great Places project and includes nearly $4 million for roads, more than $2.2 million for culverts and bridges and more than $700,000 for paved shoulders in a crucial active transportation corridor I’ve often described as a “death trap.”

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School Board To Unveil Plans For New Amherstburg High School

The public school board will unveil in Amherstburg Thursday night plans for the new High School that will replace General Amherst High School and Western Secondary School.

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Voting Record -- Dec. 9, 2019

I voted in favour of zoning changes for a proposed new greenhouse development and I voted in favour of moving to a one-and-done fire permit fee system, which provides a break to existing permit holders and long-term savings to new permit applicants.

Here's how I voted on Dec. 9th:

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Amherstburg Moving To One-And-Done Fee System For Fire Permits

I’m never going to pay another fire permit fee in Amherstburg unless I buy a new house or move my fire pit to a new location.  And if you’re like me and the hundreds of other Amherstburg residents who obtained fire permits over the past two years, you shouldn’t have to pay again either.

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