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Reflections of 2021
It’s that time of year when reflection helps me understand how far we have come as a community and as a City.
It has been over 20 months that all of us have had to deal with the COVID-19 Pandemic and after 3 lockdowns we now understand that these waves will be with us for years to come. Even though we have lost some businesses we have seen an increase in other businesses in London. There has been an increase in the agri-food industry, manufacturing, as well as professional services and digital media/technology. Most of our businesses are now open, we no longer need to do curb side pick up and can support local industries. There is a need for people to fill vacant job listings in all sectors and the challenge of affordable housing continues.
As a Municipality we have learned that we can not do it alone to deal with transit, affordable housing, homelessness, and economic recovery. The need for all governments both Federal and Provincial to work together and to fund these issues is even more important. The City will be undertaking the final approval of the 2022 Annual Budget Update at Council on December 21st. We have learned by working together we will become whole once more.
As Ward 9 continues to be developed, moving around our neighbourhoods becomes a challenge and without mobility opportunities for the west end we will have further challenges. We need a plan. That is why I am looking forward to working on our City’s Mobility Plan as well as our Climate Change Plan which will be coming to us sometime in the new year.
Again, this year the pandemic has underlined to me the importance of my family, friends, and the work that staff continue to do at the City of London. Thank you to all who have been vaccinated so we can continue to go forward and not back. Please continue to be patient with one another and please remember to reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns at 226-927-039 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peace and Joy, Stay Safe and Stay Strong.
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