I am honoured and proud to be the Mayor of the Township Of Leeds & Thousand Islands. We have a great Plan for the Community.
I believe it is important for the public to understand that despite the negative and destructive attempts by one individual to try and cause turmoil there is a significant amount of work that has been and continues to be done every single day.
As part of our Strategic Plan, Improvements to Internet service is one of the key imperatives. Since I took office I have consulted with residents, staff, internet professionals and discussed with Internet Service providers about the challenges faced in providing better service in our region.
We had the opportunity to meet with the leader of the opposition, Patrick Brown to discuss the disaster we had on the 401 ahead of our meeting with the Ministry on September 18th.
We celebrated Canada’s 150th in Rockport on August 26th. Congratulations to the entire team of volunteers as we Celebrated Our River Heritage.
We are wrapping up what has been one of the busiest and certainly one of the most successful AMO conferences since I took office.
For those looking for some more information about the Rockport Customs Dock, there is a significant amount of information and it is all public.
“A Canada150 celebration. The official opening of the Lyndhurst Waterfront Trail. The unveiling of the Canada150 Quilt & Barn Quilt. And a general celebration of community spirit and the BEAUTIFUL place we live! A little rain would never hold us back!” From Lyndhurst Ice Cream Social 2017. Posted by Lyndhurst Village on 7/13/2017 (28 items) Cutting the ribbon on the Lyndhurst Waterfront Trail. Invited the kids to join us. St… Generated by Facebook Photo Fetcher 2
I want to thank CKWSTV and all of those who were able to make it out today to talk about the boat wake situation in our Township and to help spread the word. We have much more work to do including signage both on water and on roads and continued education. http://www.ckwstv.com/2017/07/06/boat-wakes-causing-issues-along-the-st-lawrence-river/ I also want to thankPost Media, The Recorder and Times and Wayne Lowrie for joining our group and for writing this story, bringing attention to the issues we face with Wake on the St. Lawrence River. http://www.recorder.ca/2017/07/06/call-for-wake-action
On this Canada Day Weekend I would like to extend my thanks and gratitude to all of our Staff and Volunteers who make this such a great Community.
0 In my regular update I talk about various topics including some of our public meeting discussions. Some of the topics include livestock and small animals in rural lots and villages, Tiny living and Smaller homes, second units on residential lots, expanded marine facilities, seniors housing, waste management and Canada 150.
Today I speak about the many rumours and innuendos and the oath that our council took to uphold the privacy of our staff and to follow the law.
The Residents of the Township Of Leeds and Thousand Islands prepared a comprehensive Strategic Plan that has been the guideline for our Township Council and Staff.