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Newsletter November 3

The 2018 portion of the City of London’s budget has been tabled as we work through the multi-year budget process.

Over the next six weeks, Council will work through this process with City Staff. A multi-year budget system allows us to forecast spending for four years at a time, rather than working through the lengthy process each year. Effectively, this means Council only needs to debate small portions of the overall budget that require attention rather than spending months dealing with the budget in its entirety.

We are the first city in Ontario to implement a multi-year budget system.

Also this week, we opened our seventh Seniors’ Satellite site. At the Trinity Seniors’ Satellite Centre and the six other sites across the city we are connecting senior citizens with meaningful programs in their own neighbourhoods.  

Here, seniors can connect with their peers and build a sense of community. This is just one more example of how we’re committed to building a better city for all.

As we look toward next week, we remember.

Please wear your poppy proudly as we honour those who fought for our freedoms. On November 11, there will be a ceremony at the Cenotaph in Victoria Park. Please join us if you can.

Sincerely,

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Matt Brown


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Visiting CHRW Radio at Western University
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Halloween at City Hall

Newsmakers: 

Events and Occasions:

  • Service of Remembrance at Manor and Highland Park War Memorial
  • Pumpkin Carving in Westmount
  • 2017 Ontario War Amps Champ Seminar
  • NHL Hockey Alumni Game in Support of Law Enforcement’s Torch Run for Special Olympics Ontario
  • Ride along with London Fire Fighters
  • 1290 CJBK Interview with Lisa and Ken
  • Mayoral Monday with Craig Needles on AM980
  • Scan Away Hunger Campaign Kick Off
  • CHRW Western Visit
  • Lunch with Kerry Newstead
  • MindGrind on 103.1 Fresh FM
  • Mdhouka Ave. Commemorative Sign Installation
  • Civic Leaders Roundtable
  • LEDC’s Economic Outlook for 2018
  • Take Your Kid to Work Day at City Hall
  • LSTAR’s 2017 Housing Industry Conference
  • Meet with Landon Tulk and Tobi Solebo
  • Visit and Tea and McGarrell Place
  • Shine the Light on Woman Abuse: Tree of Hope Lighting
  • City Hall Tour with Riverside Public School
  • United Way Stair Climb
  • Grand Opening of the City’s Seventh Senior Satellite Centre
  • Meeting with Deputy Premier, Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development the Honourable Deb Matthews, MP Peter Fragiskatos and MP Kate Young
  • Meeting with Turkish Consul General Erdeniz Se
  • Chippewas of the Thames Public Transportation Launch

Council Briefs:

  • The Mayor and Council recognized Cory Crossman and Chris Campbell from the London Music Office for receiving the President’s Award from Music Canada.
  • The Mayor and Council recognized Jennifer Smout for being the recipient of the International Municipal Lawyers Association’s Bruce A. Noble Award.
  • In other Council business:
  • City Council appointed Councillor Salih to serve as the Municipal Council’s additional representative on the London Police Services Board.
  • Council approved the recommended amendments to the Traffic and Parking By-law.
  • Council approved the appointment of LEA Consulting Limited as the consulting engineers for the intelligent transportation system.
  • Council received the updates on the proposed Blue Box Program Plan Amendment and Waste Free Ontario Act for information.
  • Council received information regarding the status of funding and legal settlement money for the Springbank Dam.
  • Council approved extending the temporary use zone for parking lots at 200 Albert Street, 192-196 Central Ave and 193–197 Central Ave.
  • Council requested staff report back to the next Planning Committee regarding the proposed severance of a parcel of land on 6188 Colonel Talbot Road.
  • Council approved the amended application from Drewlo Holding Inc for properties to build a residential building located at 661 and 667 Talbot Street.

 


 

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With Chippewas of the Thames Chief Myeengun Henry at the Public Transit Launch
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At the Mdoukha Ave. commemorative sign unveiling with Ab Chahbar


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