About Andrew

Since 2014, I have had the privilege to serve Ward 1 residents as Councillor for the Town of Tecumseh. With my background in municipal public works, my record of professional experience and community engagement can be put to extensive use to keep Tecumseh a great place to live.

I am ecstatic to have been a part of the Town's progress over the last four years and to have been acclaimed to serve a second term as Ward 1 Councillor from 2018-2022. You can continue to count on me to deliver responsive, reliable and responsible town oversight, decision-making and advocacy on your behalf.

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Corn Festival!

Entertainment

CORN FESTIVAL ENTERTAINMENT

Tecumseh Corn Festival Entertainment Line-Up
The Tecumseh Corn Festival is excited to announce that it has booked its headline entertainment line-up for the 40th annual Tecumseh Corn Festival at Lacasse Park.
Friday, August 28thThese Kids Wear Crowns
Saturday, August 29thAlyssa Reid

Click on each day below to see the full listing of all entertainment and activities scheduled for that day.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 27
FRIDAY, AUGUST 28
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29
SUNDAY, AUGUST 30

$3.00 Daily General Park Admission admission includes all live entertainment and concerts scheduled on the festival stage.  All concerts are general viewing areas.  Children 12 & under and Seniors 65+ are free.

Carter Shows Midway is Back!
Carter Shows is proud to be part of the 40th Tecumseh Corn Festival.  Our goal remains the same, to provide a good, clean and safe midway for folks to enjoy and remember.  CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE LIST OF MIDWAY HOURS AND TICKET INFORMATION.

INTERACTIVE FAMILY ACTIVITIES
Fun and exciting family activities will be available every day of the festival.
Activities Include:
Giant Inflatable Corn Maze
Putt Putt Golf
Soft Toddler Play Area
Painting
Lawn Checkers / Chess
Lawn Jenga
Lawn Connect Four
Lawn Twister
Parachute Games
Potato Sack Races

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Canada Post Update - August 2015

At the time of this writing, Canada Post box service has been in place for 3 days.  Many residents have expressed concern with mailbox locations and the quality of the construction of box locations.

With respect to the location of the boxes, these have been chosen by Canada Post staff and have not been approved or confirmed by the Town of Tecumseh.  There are numerous locations where the boxes are set in places that I would consider to be hazardous to all involved, from residents to postal workers to passerby drivers.  These locations have been reported to Town Staff and to Canada Post staff directly.  One such is the corner of Little River and Manning.

Where there are gravel bases, these are temporary measures and Canada Post has committed to installing permanent bases shortly.

If you are finding that issues are arising with accessing your mail and need special delivery consideration, Canada Post is willing to accommodate and can be reached at 1-844-454-3009.

Some residents have advised me that calls to the the hotline have not been successful in resolving their issues.  I would be happy to learn of your experience and advocate on your behalf to find a solution.  Feel free to contact me directly at 226-773-1910.

I have been able to reach the Manager at Canada Post overseeing this project, directly at FCM and AMO conferences, and indirectly through Town Staff, to bring forward areas of concern for Canada Post to review.  I would be pleased to continue to do so if you have issues that you want to ensure are relayed for possible solution.  This is a permanent change to our community design and it is important that its implementation be done right.

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