This week, Town Council begins at 6pm with a Special Meeting to discuss the newly completed Brighton Road Traffic Review. The full agenda can be found here.
• Remove the “stop sign paddles” at all intersections along Brighton Road
• Introduce pavement markings and signage along the pathway
• Introduce “crossrides” where the pathway crosses a stop-control side street
• Retain existing median islands Roundabout (with Tecumseh Road East)
• Introduce pedestrian crossovers (PXOs) on the west and north legs
• Introduce a “crossride” where the pathway crosses the south leg
• Introduce a painted yellow line between the truck apron and the drive aisle
All-Way Stop (with (Old) Tecumseh Road)
• Undertake minor signage changes and enhancements
Traffic Circles (with Aloha Drive and Southwind Crescent)
• Retain both traffic circles with the following enhancements:
• Introduce a “crossride” where the multi-use pathway crosses the east legs
• Raise the splitter island on the east legs only to be 75mm above the surface of the road (similar to the existing truck apron)
• Introduce additional traffic calming measures on Brighton Road between the VIA railway and the roundabout at Tecumseh Road East (Potential Option: 2 Sets of Speed Cushions)
Re: Remembrance Day video will be played in honour of our Veterans
- The Royal Canadian Legion, Col. Paul Poisson Branch 261 Re: Unveiling of Veteran's dedicated parking space.
- Christopher Hales, Chairperson, Police Services Board Re: 2020 Police Services Board Budget. An increase of $71,213 or 2.08% is being requested.
- Margaret Misek-Evans, Chief Administrative Officer, Tom Kitsos, Director Financial Services & Chief Financial Officer, and Zora Visekruna, Deputy Treasurer & Tax Collector Re: 2020 Business Plan and Budget
- Claire Sanders, Climate Change Specialist, and Summer Locknick, Research Assistant, Essex Region Conservation Authority Re: Windsor Essex Climate Change Collaborative Partnership
• approximately 480 new single detached, semi-detached, townhouse and apartment style dwelling units;
• new mixed-use (commercial and apartment style residential) buildings on approximately 2 hectares of land situated along the south side of Laurier Parkway;
• new neighbourhood commercial buildings on approximately 3.2 hectares of land located along of the south side of the 6th Concession Road;
• a new school on approximately 3 hectares of land;
• new parkland, trails, and storm water management facilities.