Weeknotes, Sept 8 – Sept 14 2020

Items of note from last week’s news: LaSalle to construct bike lockers at select bus stops – Windsor Star, September 7, 2020 Privacy, community trust, equity a concern after Windsor police access COVID-19 database, CBC Windsor, September 8, 2020 “A Crown witness in a lengthy gun trafficking trial repeated earlier assertions of “dirty cops” on […]

Weeknotes, August 25 – August 31

Last Monday, City Council met. These media stories came from the outcomes of that meeting: City Looking to Replace Some Vehicles Windsor Council Approves $550k to Begin Civic Plaza Project City Council Cancels 2020 Open Streets Windsor Event Council softens blow for Baseline Road residents facing ‘crazy’ sewer costs Ward 2 councilor ‘hopeful’ for solutions […]

Weeknotes, August 11 – August 17

On August 14th, civic activist (civic influencer?) Dave Meslin shared some of the work from his latest project: a Municipal Democracy Index, “ranking Ontario’s largest cities based on a series of quantifiable metrics related to how power is shared / distributed and the degree to which local democracy is accessible, responsive and representative…” Dave Meslin […]