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What I have learned as Councillor of Ward 9
This spring finds me reflecting on my 3 ½ years on Council. It seems just like yesterday when I was elected as your representative running on a change of honest and effective government. I was determined to be a new voice for Ward 9, supporting neighbourhoods, and encouraging smart development while respecting our heritage and environment, protecting our public services and supporting small businesses. Respect for each other, listening and collaborating is what I stand for.
I have learned that decision making can be difficult. Listening to constituents’ concerns and supporting our policies when they are in conflict are difficult to balance. I have learned that balancing Growth, Public Transit, Environmental Protection and innovative approaches to Waste Management still remain a priority to me. I have learned the importance of and the need to do more for affordable housing, reconciliation with First Nations and to encourage women to be the best that they can be. I know the importance of respect.
Like most Councils we are faced with many challenges and disappointments. I continue to work hard, be approachable and feel honoured and privileged to be your Representative.
I can be reached at 226-927-0439 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
lambeth main street infrastructure renewal project
Project key points, see below or download the resident construction notice.
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- TreeME Matching Fund - Applications are now being accepted. Apply by May 7th. Up to $50,000 is available per project, allowing Londoners to initiate, manage and implement tree planting projects on private property that make a difference to our urban forest for today and the future.
- Municipal Golf Courses - (Yes it appears to be spring!) London's 5 Municipal Golf Courses are now open. Golf at all 5 for the price of just one membership. Learn more here.
- London Clean & Green - The 23rd annual London Clean & Green kicked off this week to help clean and green our city. Join the annual city-wide Community Clean-up Day Apr 21st. Learn more here.
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It's that time again!
Stay up to date on City of London construction projects. Click here or check the Renew London Road Report link, so that you can best plan your route.
What to do about excessive speed on our residential streets?
Drivers are reminded that the severity of pedestrian collisions increases significantly with vehicle speed. "Respect the Limit" as you travel through residential neighbourhoods.
Starting April 23, 2018, residents are encouraged to pick-up their free, while supplies last, "Respect the Limit" lawn signs at the following community centres:
Riverbend North stop sign changes
Please note the proposed changes to the Traffic and Parking By-law that will impact the area of Shore Rd/Riverbend Rd/Logans Run. The changes will go into effect in the next couple of weeks.
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