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I really appreciated the chance to have a look at the joint councillor blog. It’s clear Sandy Walsh is doing some great work to assist you both in communicating. There are three minor suggestions below, but overall I would just want to encourage you to find a great way to let folks know that the blog is “out there in cyberspace”…

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Parking Changes – Cardigan Street Part III

The following letter was recently circulated to residents on Cardigan St. by city staff. “With the recent reconstruction of Cardigan St. city staff have reviewed the existing parking restrictions on Cardigan St. between Norwich St. E. and London Rd. E. To maintain traffic flow, assist with vehicles entering and exiting from private parking areas and maximum parking opportunities, a No Parking restriction will be implemented on the west side of Cardigan St. between Norwich St. E. and London Rd. E.

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Cardigan Street Stop Sign: Part II

Staff have provided a preliminary response to the concern about the stop sign removal at Cardigan and Norwich Streets: “Councillors: Thanks for forwarding the comments on the proposed change to the stop control at Norwich and Cardigan Sts. Prior to responding I will gather all the information on the proposed changes along this block i.e. roadway narrowing, on-street park changes as well as the treatment of London Road and Cardigan St. All of which may help to alleviate the concerns being […]

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The Full Monty on the New City Hall

The current Mayor and City Council are preparing to consult the public on what should be done with the court yard in front of the New City Hall. Could the space be a public art gallery, naturalized gardens, buskers venue or a public skating rink? You will have an opportunity to provide input. There is considerable interest in this space being accessible, enjoyable and affordable. As we move through the process, some financial clarifications are in order. Below is a spreadsheet outlining […]

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