This week, Tecumseh Town Council begins at 5pm with a Public Council Meeting. This meeting will address the proposed Bicycle Lanes on Lesperance Road from Riverside to McNorton. The lanes would be added by removing the paint from Lesperance Road and eliminating the continuous centre left turn lane. Left turn lanes would be retained at Riverside Drive and at McNorton Street. Because most of the cost is covered by a provincial grant and the County's CWATS fund, the impact to the municipality is $11,500. The engineering consultants reviewed resident concerns and responded with the best opportunities for risk mitigation where warranted. They did encourage that pre-existing concerns for speeding and for poor stopping habits of drivers be referred to the Ontario Provincial Police for enforcement.
The agenda can be found here. Delegations are Andrea Winter from Dillon Consulting Ltd and Lori Newton, Executive Director of Bike Windsor Essex.
At 7pm, regular business begins. The agenda can be found here.
Communications are received from:
a. Municipality of Mattice-Valcôté dated December 11, 2018. Re: Amend Paragraph 4 of Municipal Council Members' Declaration of Office. Mattice-Valcôté wishes to remove the oath of duty to the Queen for Council members.
b. Environment and Land Tribunals Ontario dated January 21, 2019 Re: 14328 and 14346 Tecumseh Road Appeal Withdrawn. The Local Planning Appeals Tribunal advises that the appeal of the Harbour Club Condominiums at Pud's Place Marina has been withdrawn by the appellant and there are no further objections.
c. City of Niagara Falls dated January 22, 2019. Re: Opting in to Allow Retail Cannabis Stores. Niagara Falls is requesting that the Province give municipalities greater regulatory controls over the location, distance separations and numbers of Retail Cannabis Stores within a municipality.
d. County of Essex dated January 29, 2019 Re: Notice of Decision for Official Plan Amendment No. 15 - Village of St. Clair Beach Official Plan 14328 and 14346 Tecumseh Road. Essex County advises that it has approved the Harbour Club Condominiums at Pud's Place Marina.
e. Independent Electricity System Operator dated January 31, 2019. Re: Establishing a switching station in the Leamington area to accommodate demand growth. IESO requests that Hydro One establish a new switching station at or near Leamington Junction to sectionalize and switch the four existing 230 kV circuits from Chatham to the Windsor area (C21J/C22J/C23Z/C24Z).
f. Letters from Mayor Gary McNamara dated February 5, 2019. Re: In support of SouthWestern Integrated Fibre Technology's request to modify the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) Broadband Funding Model. Mayor McNamara and CAO Tony Haddad submitted letters requesting a rebalancing of funding for broadband implementation to include areas in Southwestern Ontario.
10.Communications - Action Required
Town of Georgina and Town of Orangeville dated January 17, 2019 Re: Bill 66, Restoring Ontario's Competitiveness Act. Administration recommends support for the resolution calling for recommended changes to Bill 66, Restoring Ontario's Competitiveness Act.
Chief Administrative Officer
CAO-2019-02 Strategic Priorites Update. This report details the Town's progress with respect to Town Council's most recent Strategic Plan.
Corporate Services & Clerk
1. CS-2019-02 Fluoridation of Water Supply. Administration is recommending that no action be taken until legal opinions and notification of decision by the City of Windsor is made.
2.CS-2019-04 2018 Open and Closed Meetings. This report summarizes the time spent in Open and Closed Meetings. 2019 was as follows:
Meeting Type | # of Meetings | # of Agenda Items | Total Duration Average | Duration
Regular Council Meeting | 18 | 274 | 30 hrs. 21 min. | 1 hr. 41 min.
Public Council Meeting | 11 | 76 | 8 hrs. 45 min. | 0 hr. 47 min.
Special Council Meeting | 7 | 9 | 14 hrs. 11 min. | 2 hrs. 1 min.
In-Camera Meeting | 13 | 36 | 11 hrs. 17 min. | 0 hr. 52 min.
3. CS-2019-05 Pregnancy and Parental Leave for Members of Council. Administration recommends establishing a Pregnancy and Parental Leave Policy for Council members in response to Bill 68 - Modernizing Ontario's Municipal Legislation Act, 2016. Changes prevent Councils from having a seat being declared vacant during an absence related to the Member’s pregnancy, birth or the adoption of a Member’s child for up to 20 consecutive weeks.
1. FS-2019-01 Taxes Receivable December 2018. Administration supplies an update with respect to tax arrears indicating a decline in the number of residential and industrial properties in arrears and increase in commercial properties in arrears (although the value of the industrial arrears is increasing. There is a total of 600 properties in arrears having a value of $2,203,000.
Information & Communication Services
1. ICS-2019-01 ICS Five (5) Year Capital Works Plan 2019-2023. Administration is recommending funding the following technology projects in 2019:
PC Replacements -- 30,000
Network Upgrades -- 15,000
Video Surveillance -- 6,000
A/V Systems -- 15,000 (previously approved)
Miscellaneous Software -- 3,000
Street Photography -- 10,000
Virtual Server Upgrades -- 5,000
Corporate Website -- 20,000 (previously approved)
Multifunction Copiers -- 75,000 (60,000 previously approved)
Arena Sound System (revised) -- 25,000 (previously approved)
GPS Data Collector Units -- 6,000
Records Management -- 10,000
Issue Tracking Software -- 30,000 (previously approved)
FMW Web Capital Plan Module -- 10,000
Total of $260,000 ($150,000 previously approved)
Planning & Building Services
1. PBS-2019-01, Tecumseh Transit Service, 2018 Review. Administration advises that ridership has stagnated with a slight increase noted in 2018. The system appears to have peaked at its current ridership levels based on current route design. Tecumseh Mall and Southfield/Tecumseh remain the most popular stops for riders. Discussions surrounding further coordination with Transit Windsor have also been initiated.
2. PBS-2019-02 2018 Year End Permit Report. There has been a reduction in new residential building activity from 2017 but an increase of additions and renovations. Revenues from new buildings exceeded expectations.
Public Works & Environmental Services
1. PWES 2019-01 2018 Traffic Analysis - Radar Speed Surveys. Administration presents the findings of the most recent Radar Trailer deployments:
Location | Posted Speed Limit | Average Speed | 85th Percentile Speed
Tecumseh Road near Dorset (westbound traffic) 50 km/h 50.7 km/h 58.8 km/h
Tecumseh Road near Dorset (eastbound traffic) 50 km/h 51.8 km/h 59.0 km/h
Riverside Drive east of Arlington (eastbound traffic) 50 km/h 51.1 km/h 59.0 km/h
Riverside Drive at Kensington (westbound traffic) 50 km/h 49.4 km/h 58.6 km/h
Riverside Drive at Pinewood (eastbound traffic) 50 km/h 52.2 km/h 59.2 km/h
Riverside Drive at Centennial (westbound traffic) 50 km/h 53.8 km/h 62.1 km/h
Intersection Road west of Shawnee (westbound traffic) 50 km/h 52.7 km/h 59.7 km/h
Intersection Road at the residential boundary (eastbound traffic) 50 km/h 57.2 km/h 66.4 km/h
Little River Boulevard near Chene (eastbound traffic) 50 km/h 45.6 km/h 54.5 km/h
McNorton Street near the baseball diamond (eastbound traffic) 40 km/h 44.5 km/h 51.8 km/h
Dillon Drive at Coronado (westbound traffic) 40 km/h 35.1 km/h 47.0 km/h
2. PWES-2019-04 West Branch of the East Branch Delisle Drain - Appointment of Drainage Engineer. Administration recommends appointing Gerald Rood as Drainage Engineer for this drain cleaning project. Costs are assessed to benefiting property owners.
3.PWES-2019-06 Water Distribution System - Annual Summary Report. Administration presents the Annual Summary Report for the Tecumseh Distribution System (260004969) for the Year 2018, as prepared in accordance with the Safe Drinking Water Act, O. Reg. 170/03, Schedule 22. The report notes one adverse report in the vicinity of County Road 19 and County Road 34 at a vacant house.
4. PWES-2019-07 2019 Supply of Various Vehicles. Administration is requesting permission to solicit quotations for several vehicles that have reached the end of their life cycle and to dispose of the existing fleet vehicles once replaced.
Department | Vehicle | Estimated Price
Public Works 12-12 2500 Crew Cab $35,000
Parks 06-12 2500 4x4 Crew Cab – Plow Package $37,000
Parks 31-16 Jacobson R311T Mower $44,000
Parks 36-16 Kubota 331 Mower $15,000
Parks 37-16 Kubota 331 Mower $15,000
Water 06-11 Large Service Truck $85,000
Water 10-04 Utility Trailer $2,600
Recreation 03-98 Zamboni $110,000
5. PWES-2019-08 South Talbot Road Reconstruction Tender Award. Administration recommends awarding a tender for the South Talbot Road Reconstruction in the amount of $2,056,935 excluding HST to Amico Infrastructures Inc. Because this is less than expected the deductions from the Road Lifecycle Reserve decrease from $2,330,500 to $1,973,614 and the Bridges Lifecycle Reserve decreases from $606,000 to $581,84613.
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This week, Tecumseh Town Council will be hosting a Public Meeting to discuss fluoridation of the Town's water supply beginning at 6pm. Tecumseh has purchased its water from the City of Windsor since 2004 and Windsor has supported reintroducing fluoride to its water supply. Tecumseh residents previously held a referendum supporting the introduction of fluoride on December 17, 1968. According to a Windsor Star report from May 14, 2003, when Tecumseh operated its own water treatment plant, its fluoride machinery was shut down in December 2001 after the Ministry of Labour condemned it as unsafe. Fluoride would not be restored until the City of Windsor distributed water once again to the community. In 2012, Tecumseh Town Council passed a By-law to remove fluoride and this decision was implemented in 2013 following the passage of a By-law by the City of Windsor.
The Administrative Report regarding the matter is here. Administration does not take a position in 2019, but previously expressed support for fluoridation in 2012 as a result of the Health Unit support for the practice. You can read the previous report here beginning on Page 178. A recent Health Unit report regarding the state of Oral Health in our community can be found here.
Town Council has received dozens of letters and emails regarding this issue. Those that have been submitted for the record can be found here.
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This week, Tecumseh Town Council begins at 5pm. We will be discussing the proposed Multi-Purpose Sportsplex. The agenda can be found here. Craig Goodman and Sebastian Spataro of CS&P Architect Inc. will discuss the state of the facility design.
At 6:45pm Town Council will consider resident feedback regarding the rezoning of a farm property at 5500 Sexton Side Road. The property is being consolidated with the previous home severed. To comply with provincial policy, the remaining parcel must have further construction of a residence prohibited. The agenda can be found here.
At 7pm, Regular Business begins. The agenda can be found here.
contribution from member municipalities of approximately $3,238,667. This represents an increase of $89,915, or $0.32 per person ($9.68 to $10.00 per person).
This week, Tecumseh Town Council will be meeting at 5pm to set the 2019 Business Plan and Budget. The document and accompanying reports can be found here.
Administration is recommending a 2.7% tax levy increase net of growth on the Tecumseh portion of taxes (53% of the total residential tax bill) and represents an increase in the municipal tax bill of approximately $50 on a property assessed at $250,000 (the average assessed value of a home in Tecumseh).
The 2019 budget provides for:
- A $150,000 increase towards the New Infrastructure Levy (NIL). This fund is intended to enhance existing municipal services. As an example, new sidewalks could be constructed under this fund.
- A $100,000 increase towards Lifecycle infrastructure replacement.
- $17.5 million capital expenditure program supported by an increase in Provincial OCIF grant of $377,000 ($700,000 to
$1,077,000) and Federal Gas Tax grant funding of $1,127,500 (a decrease of $21,000 from 2018 level of $1,148,500).
- Service level enhancements in some areas, including:
- Extended Parks and Recreation office hours to include evenings and weekends
- Additional resources to maintain Parks facilities during extended operating hours
- Additional Parks resources to improve department efficiency and effectiveness and to address health and safety issues
- Additional Public Works resources by substituting one full-time labourer position for an existing part-time seasonal
- $330,000 for known employee wage and benefit increases including:
- $170,000 for negotiated wage and related benefit increases,
- $60,000 for Bill 148 impact of increasing wages for certain part-time/seasonal employees,
- $55,000 for impact of income tax changes affecting Council compensation, and\
- $45,000 for employee retirement payouts.
- $330,000 increase to general operations including:
- $92,000 estimated increase to contracted policing costs,
- $80,000 increase in materials and supplies, largely impacted by fuel costs, and
- $130,000 increase to professional services, largely due to various studies to be undertaken during 2019, much of
which will be funded through reserves.
In addition, Administration is recommending that Town Council set a Public Meeting for Tuesday, January 29th at 7pm to solicit feedback regarding fluoridation of the Town's water supply. Water is supplied by Windsor but under the Fluoridation Act as it supplies to both Tecumseh and LaSalle, at least one of the municipalities must agree to the change. The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit has supplied an Oral Health study as a point of information on this subject. The study can be found here. Administration is not offering a proposed direction on this matter.
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Click this week's link here for the full agenda and reports.
The meeting will begin at 7pm with delegations:
This week, Tecumseh Town Council begins at 7pm. The Agenda can be found here.
A delegation for this week is Diane Mitchell, National Campaign Coordinator for the Canadian Union of Postal Workers. CUPW is seeking support on expanding postal services as well as postal banking.
Communications - For Information includes a letter from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation dated July 4, 2018 Re: Cancellation of the Ontario Municipal Commuter Cycling (OMCC) program.Read more
This week, Town Council begins at 7pm. The full agenda can be found here.
a. Dan Piescic, who is retiring as Tecumseh's Director of Public Works & Environmental Services
b. Judy Wellwood-Robson, who is being recognized as Senior of the Year Award Recipient
c. Cynthia Swift, CPA, KPMG, who will be presenting the 2017 Draft Audited Financial Statements
This week, Tecumseh Town Council begins at 7pm. The full agenda can be found here.
a. Gloria McKibbin, The Royal Canadian Legion Col. Paul Poisson Branch 261 - Ladies Auxiliary. The Legion’s Ladies Auxiliary will be celebrating their 80th Anniversary on May 11, 2018; and Gloria McKibbin has been named Legionnaire of the Year.
b. Tracy Pringle, Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) Re: 2017 Assessment Report. In their report, MPAC will demonstrate the effect of the phase-in of property assessment increases to the property taxes that you pay.
Communications - For Information
a. Township of Selwyn - dated April 30, 2018 Re: Hockey Season Re-Alignment. Selwyn is requesting that hockey season across Ontario not begin until October in order for municipalities to save on operating funds.
b. Town of Lakeshore Notice of Public Meeting - dated May 3, 2018 Re: Purpose of Proposed Amendment 36, 38, 40 and 42 E. Pike Creek Road. Lakeshore is hosting a public meeting regarding this development on the eastern side of East Pike Creek Road north of Tecumseh Road which involves the construction of two 3-unit townhouse dwellings.
c. Minister of Infrastructure - dated May 4, 2018 Re: Ontario Regulation 588/17 Asset Management Planning for Municipal Infrastructure. Minister Bob Chiarelli advises of changes to the provincial Asset Management framework for municipalities including funding to create asset management plans in small communities.
d. Letter from Canada Post - dated May 8, 2018 Re: Municipal Identifier. Canada Post advises that it is considering Tecumseh Town Council's request to consolidate addresses within municipal boundaries as being "Tecumseh" in lieu of Windsor.
e. Town of Oakville - dated May 11, 2018 Re: CN Intermodal Update. Oakville is requesting that Ontario participate in an appeal of the Canadian National Railway's determination that an intermodal development would reside under federal jurisdiction outside of municipal regulation.
Communications - Action Required
a. Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) - dated April 23, 2018 RE: 2018-2020 AMO Board of Directors-Call for Nominations. Administration recommends that the nomination of Mayor Gary McNamara for the vacant position on
the AMO Board of Directors, be supported.
b. The Town of Tecumseh Business Improvement Area - dated May 16, 2018 Re: Night Market. Administration is recommending that the Town of Tecumseh Business Improvement Area be granted an exemption from the Town`s Noise By-law No. 2002-07 as amended, on Friday, June 22nd at Green Valley Plaza from 5:00 to 10:00 pm; and on Friday, July 20th at the Tecumseh Towne Centre Plaza from 5:00 to 10:00 pm; to host the Night Market;
And that OPP be informed of this exemption from Noise By-law.
Corporate Services & Clerk
1. CS-2018-06 Records Retention By-law. Administration proposes that By-law 2018-39, being a by-law to establish a new classification and retention schedule for Corporate Records and Temporary Records for The Corporation of the Town of Tecumseh and to repeal By-Law No. 2003-62, be adopted.
b. Planning & Building Services
1. PBS-2018-17 CIP Grant Funding, 12214 Tecumseh Rd., Building Permit Fee Grant. Administration recommends that the Grant Application for the Tecumseh Road Main Street Community Improvement Plan Financial Incentive Program, for the property located at 12214 Tecumseh Road (Roll No. 3744060000001700) (Buckingham Realty), be approved and deemed eligible for a Financial Incentive(s) in accordance with Section 11.3 (5) towards the Planning Application and Permit Fee Grant, for a total amount of $600.00 toward the building permit fee cost associated with the above-noted property all of which is in accordance with the Tecumseh Road Main Street Community Improvement Plan.
2. PBS-2018-18 CIP Grant Funding, 1071 Lesperance Road. Administration recommends that the Grant Application for the Tecumseh Road Main Street Community Improvement Plan Financial Incentive Program, for the property located at 1071
Lesperance Road (Roll No. 374406000005100) (former Akasaka Japanese Restaurant), be approved and deemed eligible for
Financial Incentive(s) in accordance with Section 11.3 (5) towards:
i) Building Façade Improvement Grant, for a total amount of $15,000.00 towards the building façade improvements to the existing building;
ii) Residential Grant Program, for a total amount of $40,000 towards the costs associated with the rehabilitation and construction on the existing second floor residential unit and the conversion of the unit into two separate residential units;
iii) Development Charges Grant Program, for a total amount of $5,416, being the development charge rate for the newly proposed one-bedroom residential unit on the second floor all of which is in accordance with the Tecumseh Road Main Street Community
Improvement Plan and PBS-2018-18.
c. Public Works & Environmental Services
1. PWES-2018-14 Bike Lanes on Lesperance Road. Administration recommends the hosting of a Public Information Centre regarding the addition of Bicycle Lanes to Lesperance Road and removing the centre left turn lane.
2. PWES-2018-16 2018 Asphalt Tender Award. Administration recommends that the low tender from Coco Paving Inc. in the amount of $ 1,325,140 plus HST, for the 2018 Asphalt Paving Tender, be approved, and that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to enter into a contract for the services with Coco Paving Inc.
The following streets were included in the 2018 Asphalt Program:
1. Alden Cres ........................................Entire length
2. Baseline Rd.......................................12th Conc. To CR 19
3. Birkdale Crt .......................................Entire Length
4. Cambridge Crt...................................Entire Length
5. Cumberland Crt.................................Entire Length
6. Dresden Pl ........................................Entire Length
7. Dube Dr.............................................Entire Length
8. Fasan Dr ...........................................Entire Length
9. Mack Crt............................................Entire Length
10.Oakfield Crt .......................................Entire Length
11.Oakpark Dr........................................Entire Length
12.Oldcastle Rd......................................North Talbot Rd to Hwy 3
13.Regal Crt...........................................Entire Length
14.Regent Rd.........................................Entire Length
15.Rostrevor Crt.....................................Entire Length
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This week, Town Council begins at 7pm. The agenda can be found here.
- Corn Festival Committee member Tony Corona who is being recognized by Festival and Events Ontario Recognition
- Ron Seguin, Vice President, International Relations, Training and Campus Development, Dave Cooper, Head Coach – Men’s Baseball, Ted Beale, Athletic Coordinator, Bernie Labute, Manager, Special Events/Athletic Advancement, and Christy Gatto, Director of Athletics & Sports Development who will be recognized as the winners of the St. Clair College Men's Baseball 2017 National Championship
- Joe Barile, General Manager of Essex Powerlines Corporation providing Updates and Youth Engagement Cheque
Presentation. (Essex Power is 11th lowest operational cost of Local Distribution Companies)
a. Town of LaSalle Notice of Public Meeting, dated April 23, 2018, Re: New Official Plan. LaSalle is inviting interested persons to LaSalle Council Chambers on Tuesday May 22nd at 7pm.
b. Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs, dated May 1, 2018 Re: 2018 Premier's Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence. The Minister advises that May 25, 2018 is the application deadline for the Premier's Award for Agri-Food Innovation
Excellence program. Details can be found in the 2018 Program Guidebook and Application Form at: www.ontario.ca/agrifoodinnovation.
c. Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs dated May 3, 2018 Re: Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund Top-up Component – Important Information. The Fund will transfer $2,252,692 to Tecumseh but the town will not be able to benefit from top-up funding.
Also, Essex Power Corporation is requesting that consideration of Water and Sanitary In-House Billing and the corresponding report No. FS-2018-04 Water and Sanitary In-House Billing April 24, 2018 be deferred to the June 26, 2018 Regular Meeting of Council.
Corporate Services & Clerk
1. CS-2018-01, 2017 Open and Closed Council Meetings. Our meeting times were as follows:
- Regular Meetings 20 meetings, 335 agenda items, 34 hrs. 16 min spent in session, 1 hr. 42 min on average.
- Public Meetings 14 meetings, 53 agenda items, 8 hrs. 9 min spent in session, 34 min on average.
- Special Council Meetings 9 meetings, 21 agenda items, 16 hrs. 44 min spent in session, 1 hr. 51 min on average.
- In-Camera 7 meetings, 23 agenda items, 5 hrs. 31 min. spent in session, 0 hr. 47 min on average.
2. CS-2018-10 Restricted Acts of Council after Nomination Day - Lame Duck Provisions. Administration is recommending delegation of certain authority to the Chief Administrative Officer, to the Director Corporate Services & Clerk and to the Director Financial Services & Treasurer until the next Council is elected.
3. CS-2018-07 Request for Noise By-Law Exemption - Beach Grove Golf and Country Club. Beach Grove Golf and Country Club is requesting an exemption from the Town’s Noise By-law on Friday, July 27, 2018 and Friday, August 31, 2018, to permit music entertainment until 11:30 pm.
b. Financial Services
1. FS-2018-04 Water Sanitary In-House Billing. Administration is recommending that In-House Billing for water services where water bills will be sent by the Town of Tecumseh in lieu of Essex Power be adopted.
2. FS-2018-06 2018 Asset Management Plan. Administration recommends that the previously presented Asset Management Program identifying the addressing of newly identified gaps in maintenance funding be adopted.
c. Parks & Recreation Services
1. PRS-2018-07, Essex Power Youth In Community Fund. Administration advises that Essex Power will supply a $10,000 Youth in Community grant to Tecumseh once again.
d. Planning & Building Services
1. PBS-2018-16, CIP Grant Funding, 12350 Tecumseh Road. Administration is recommending approval of a Grant under the Tecumseh Road Mainstreet Community Improvement Plan toward construction of a gazebo at the Tecumseh Historical Society for a total of $1,000.00 under the Public Act category.
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To all of my great constituents in the Town of Tecumseh:
Four years ago, it was a tremendous privilege to have been chosen to represent Ward 1 in the 2014 election. My Council experience was, and remains, an incredibly fulfilling and rewarding endeavour. My longstanding hope is that my work on Town Council has made a positive and lasting impact on our community.
I am happy to announce that today I have submitted my nomination to represent the new Ward 1. Our boundaries were redrawn as the result of Town Council's effort to make our wards more similar in size and democratically equitable. The new Ward 1 includes the area from Centennial westerly and north of St. Thomas. This means that I will not be on the ballot for about 60% of my current constituents living east of Centennial and St. Thomas southerly. While this is a bittersweet outcome for me as your representative, I am excited that the democratic deficit that had existed in Ward 1 since our town's 1999 formation has been resolved by our Council.
In the new Ward 1, I look forward to discussing the future of Tecumseh and our priorities in the coming months with you at your door and learning about the visions of the other candidates who will be running. You will be sure to see me work to earn your continued support during this election and I am excited to be able to visit you once again in the coming months. And to my constituents joining Ward 2 and the new Ward 3 - you will continue to have me as an ally and resource for as long as I remain on Town Council.
With my warmest regards,