Doug, Don, Melinda, and Jon talk about city council remuneration, ABC remuneration, and an expected 5% tax increase…BUT, maybe not if Mayor Dilkens can SAVE THE DAY
Don Merrifield Jr.
Melinda, Don, and Jon are joined by Councillor Kieran McKenzie to discuss the latest in the City BIA takeover story. Doug showed up late but in time to engage a discussion about the Downtown Mission and the fortunes of Downtown Windsor in general.
Jon, Don, Melinda & Doug discuss politicians challenging characterizations of the flood and Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund (DMAF), downtown crime, arrests & The Downtown Mission, & QR codes to reduce panhandling.
Kiemia, Jon, Don, Melinda and Doug review the fallout from Councillor Agostino’s CTS motion, a possible anti-panhandling bylaw, and Transit Windsor buses running at capacity.
Jon, Don, Melinda and Doug discuss local politics over cocktails at Maiden Lane Wine & Spirits. We talk about panhandling bylaw proposal, The motion to reconsider Council’s support for a Consumption and Treatment Services site in Windsor, and the makeup of the Windsor Police Services Board of Directors.
Doug, Don, Jon, Melinda & Kiemia talk about the Windsor’s digital modernization consultation, the Capital Power gas plant […]
For January 2022, three of the panelists take a look backwards, rather than forward, to provide a retrospective on 2022 before moving ahead to what 2023 will bring.
New regular panelist Melinda Munro joins Kiemia, Jon, Don, and Doug this week. Kiemia walks us through the upcoming Council agenda and the panel discusses the process, substance and politics of the 2023 City Budget based on initial reports. Add a couple of For Your Consideration items and you’ve got a show.
Jon, Don, and Doug are joined by Raheem Younes, owner and founder of RaheemCo, to talk about his participation in the new Southwestern Ontario Black Entrepeneurship Network. Later, we talk about the Mayor’s trip to South Korea and riff on auto industry matters.
Kiemia Rezagian joins for a new segment, Carry on Kiemia, about upcoming city council agendas, & the panel discusses a GECDSB policy proposal to require new books be publicized before circulation, and Windsor ranked BEST of the WORST cities for commuting to work via sustainable transportation.