Councillor Glen’s Weekly Update / August 13, 2022
Live from Albert Argue Black Park in Fairwinds-Poole Creek
Lots of updates today:
– Thank you to Kanata-Stittsville Kiwanis for hosting last night’s movie night at Village Square Park. Their next big event is the “Kids for Kids Talent Showcase” on October 21. Check their web site and Facebook page for audition info.
– August 22: Pride Week flag raising ceremony at Village Square Park
– Cleaning the Capital registration opens on Monday
– August 20: Councillor Chat at Rouncey Park, 10am-11am
– Springbrook Poole Creek garden recap
– Swimming registration – technology upgrade
– Queensway (Highway 417) closure this weekend
– Construction resumes on Abbott and Hobin
– Maple Grove road closure between Warmstone and Cento
– Fringewood construction for permanent traffic camling
– Cope Drive @ Rouncey – changes to the roundabout
– OC Transpo – cancellations; new bus stops on Palladium, bus pad upgrades
– Discounted bike racks for retail, employers, multi-res: ottawa.ca/helloveloprogram
– My thoughts on the “Strong Mayor” proposal
– Recruiting for crossing guards (Ottawa Safety Council) and school bus drivers (OSTA)
– Municipal election black-out period
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