The town’s By-law Enforcement Department has been flying with one wing for some time so my fellow councillors and I voted to hire a second-full time enforcement officer.
The new full-time position will replace a part-time position, which has been vacant and tough for the Town to fill. The full-time post will provide 7-day coverage with union support and increase annual hours of service by 702 hours or 36 per cent, better equipping the department to oversee more than 20 bylaws dealing with everything from dirty yards to dogs to discharging firearms.Read more
Two hundred and fifty Canadian flags were planted in honour of fallen Royal Canadian Legion members and Veterans at Rose Hill Cemetery in Amherstburg Sunday.Read more
I was happy to support a noise By-law exemption for the Royal Canadian Legion, Fort Malden Branch 157 and I also supported bringing forward a report on the live streaming of council meetings.
As well, I voted to have the town try roller skating at the Libro Centre.Read more
If you had $170,000 to spend on a playground, how would you divvy it up?
River Canard residents got to share their vision for a revitalized Beaudoin Park with the Town Thursday during two open houses at Fire Station #2 at 3400 Middle Side Road. There was a session from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and a second session from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.Read more
More than 250 donated trees and plants will be sold to raise money for the beautification of Amherstburg at the annual Fort Malden Horticultural Society plant sale in Toddy Jones Park Saturday.Read more
Dogs, ducks pigeons, pigs, cats, chickens and even goats were on the agenda Tuesday night at a public consultation session on a new animal control bylaw at the Libro Centre attended by about 40 people.Read more
Peals of laughter rang through King’s Navy Yard Park Saturday evening as youngsters hid brightly decorated rocks as part of an annual celebration of the life of baby boy who passed away far too young.Read more
A revamped and reinvigorated Amherstburg Community Foundation led by community-builder and philanthropist Richard Peddie has been launched to raise money for signature projects in Amherstburg.Read more