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Newsletter October 19

A sincere congratulations to Business London’s 20 in their 20s. London is truly a city of entrepreneurs and on November 30th these young trailblazers will be recognized for pursuing their dreams of entrepreneurship within our city.

Life of Leisure has started profiling some of those young people in our community following their dreams and building their businesses from the ground up. You can check out Leisure Studies here.

As we grow our entrepreneurial base, we are also becoming a leader in culture and entertainment.

London is getting ready to roll out the red carpet. JUNO Week and The JUNO Awards are less than 150 days away.

For those in our music community, submissions for awards are now open. For more information click here.

If you’re a music teacher or know a school music program that could use up to $15,000 in new instruments, the MusiCounts Band Aid program is accepting applications here

Follow along with @JUNOSLdn on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and keep an eye on junoslondon2019.ca for further information.

We are committed to making London a music city and this proves that London is on.

Sincerely,

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Matt Brown


 


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Council Briefs:

Council approved the development of an 18-storey apartment building proposed for Grey and Wellington Streets, with amendments that included the addition of two levels of underground parking, 10 affordable units and a $200,000 contribution to the bus rapid transit station that will be located at that intersection.

Council referred a motion that would allow for day sitting of dogs and domestic cats in homes back to staff for further consideration.

Council approved amendments to the Vehicle for Hire by-law that will include deregulating fares, the removal of a requirement for cameras in taxis and an increase in the number of accessible taxi licenses.

Council approved a motion to increase the Mayor’s salary in order to accommodate the elimination of the one-third tax free allowance for elected officials.

Council ratified a tentative agreement with CUPE Local 101.  This collective agreement will be in effect from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2022.

 

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