Jon, Melinda and Doug talk about Mayor Dilkens’ new chief of staff, 2022 candidate financial disclosures, and a curious choice of typeface in City documents.
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Jon, Doug and Melinda talk about the 2023 Windsor Budget council meeting, Ward 1 Fred Francis vs. Everyone, Windsor’s new CAO Joe Mancina, and Roseland Curling on the cutting board.
Rose City Politics’ Melinda Munro opines on the 2022 City of Windsor Sunshine List.
Ford City BIA chair Shane Potvin & Ward 9 city councillor Kieran McKenzie join Melinda, Kiemia, & Jon to discuss Windsor City Council taking over all nine BIAs & refusing to seat their elected members, what comes next, & how this affects local morale.
SafePoint, Windsor Essex’s first Consumption Treatment Site, will open without delay following a 7-4 city council vote Monday afternoon.
MP Irek Kusmierczyk: Mayor Dilkens’ flooding funding claims unfounded; federal government funded region at unprecedented national levels
MP Kusmierczyk says Mayor Dilkens’ flooding funding claims unfounded and the federal government has funded the region at unprecedented national levels.
MPP Andrew Dowie’s office says they’re not aware of any “concerns or delays” regarding the CTS application provincially.
Doug dives into local employment data and we talk what it means, Windsor Police are back at council meetings, & Mayor Dilkens accuses WECHU of Bait and Switch.
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.
Rose City Politics discuss the auto industry and Windsor’s economy, Project Arrow, Invest Windsor-Essex’s agenda for 2023 and a scuffle between APMA and the Mayor’s office over the 2022 Ambassador Bridge blockade.