Transit Proposal Envisions 12 Stops, 3 Round Trips Daily

When it comes to public transit, Amherstburg residents are going to get what they pay for.

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Concept Plan For Amherstburg's Ranta Marina Park Envisions Dog Park, Kayak Launch, Fishing Decks

A dog park, an accessible kayak and canoe launch, an 800-metre walking trail, wildlife restoration areas and multiple fishing decks are part of an exciting concept plan for Ranta Marina Park showcased recently for Amherstburg's Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee.

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Parks Committee Supports Partnership Proposal For Villanova Tennis Courts

Amherstburg’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee is supportive of a partnership proposal to revitalize tennis courts at St. Thomas of Villanova Catholic High School.

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Voting Record -- August 10, 2020

I was happy to support public consultation on a Transit Windsor proposal for public transit in Amherstburg and I was happy to highlight the need for paved shoulders or a multi-use trail on Middle Side Road in McGregor, voting for Administration to come up with a costing for that important project. Here's how I voted on August 10, 2020:

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Amherstburg's Reserves: A Work In Progress

Reserves in Amherstburg are a somewhat controversial issue.

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Amherstburg To Receive $568K In Safe Restart Funding

The Town of Amherstburg will receive up to $568,400 as part of the first round of emergency funding being distributed by the senior levels of government under the Safe Restart Agreement.

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Amherstburg To Launch Public Consultation On Transit Windsor Proposal

Council directed Administration Monday night to undertake public consultation on public transportation needs in relation to a proposal received from Transit Windsor.

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Concession Road 4 North To Close For Construction Project

Concession Road 4 North between Middle Side Road and Alma Street will be closed to through traffic beginning Monday for a road reconstruction project expected to last until October.

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Samples From Amherstburg's Wastewater Treatment Plant Show 'No Evidence' Of COVID-19

Samples taken from Amherstburg’s Wastewater Treatment Plant that were analyzed by a University of Windsor research team show “no evidence of the genetic signal of the COVID-19 virus.”

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Amherstburg Council Approves Greenhouse Development

Council has unanimously approved a $105-million greenhouse development that will broaden our tax base, diversify our economy, help fund our water and wastewater infrastructure and create hundreds of direct and indirect jobs.

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