Well, coming off a huge win on Monday night, I’m back at it with your Middlesex Centre Council previews! I’m sorry this is later than intended or promised, but I hope you’ll forgive me this time given how busy the last few days of the campaign were. Now, on to tonight’s Council meeting which has a special start time of 6:45pm thanks to a light non-Committee of Adjustment or public meeting agenda. We have a brief closed meeting item to deal with. I can’t say any more at this time, but I don’t believe this one will be long. Once
If you were unable to attend the candidate meet & greet and the questions and answers that came after this past Sunday, don’t fret! Sean Hunt, a fantastic candidate for TVDSB School Board Trustee, recorded the Q & A section and posted it to his YouTube channel! I can’t wait until we start live streaming Council meetings in 2019! It will make Council far more accessible and transparent when anyone can peer in live, or after the fact, to see what was said and how it was said.
If you missed the preview for this Council meeting, click here! As stated previously, the agenda for this meeting was rather light, but I’ll go through the highlights here. We received the report on the Compliance Audit Committee and their role in the municipal election. We also approved the by-law later in the evening to appoint the committee. The Community Services survey was well done. It was designed by a London-based firm called Academica and the results highlighted where Community Services should focus its efforts in order to ensure the needs of our community are being met best. With so
Hi there! We have great weather outside, and a fairly light agenda coming for this week’s Middlesex Centre Council meeting. You can find the full agenda here. There aren’t many items to note this week, which I guess is to be expected just a few weeks before the end of the voting period for this year’s municipal election. The Clerk has filed a report on the compliance audit committee, and the committee’s role and responsibilities. Council members cannot be on this committee. We have the results of this year’s Community Services engagement survey. There were 283 respondents, with 41% of
Hello! I hope you had a fantastic weekend. Let’s take a look back at what transpired during Middlesex Centre’s Council meeting for September 26, 2018. If you missed it, here is the preview I wrote. The closed session previously mentioned occurred, and lasted until just a little past 6pm. The purchase of eScribe meeting agenda software was approved. As mentioned, there is a live streaming option available. I did some research and found nice implementations of eScribe’s agenda management and live streaming platform across Ontario, including the City of Hamilton which appears to be using eScribe’s live streaming platform. We could