Community Benefits Meeting - Monday, January 21 at 7pm


There will be a meeting this Monday at Cardinal Place regarding community benefits. Please take a look at the email and link below from Sarah Morris, the Windsor Essex Community Benefits Coalition Coordinator. I also have flyers in my office regarding the event.

Hey Fabio, 
This Monday, January 21st, at 7:00 PM, the Coalition will be hosting a neighbourhood meeting at Cardinal Place (3140 Peter St) all about Community Benefits and the new Gordie Howe International Bridge. The Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority will be there to answer questions, update folks on the Bridge and Community Benefits process, and hand out their survey. 
Would you be able to share this event? I will be around Sandwich this afternoon with some flyers and handouts. 
Thank you so much! 
Sarah Morris, Coordinator

Feedback Wanted on Sandwich Town Murals!


Council Meeting / Howe Bridge Overpass / Sandwich Town BIA AGM


Please see some updates below:

City Council Meeting - 01/07/19

City Council met on Monday, January 7th and approved funding for several Business Improvement Districts in our community, including Sandwich Town and Wyandotte Ave. W. The funds total approximately $40,000.00 for both districts, but there may be some changes in the funds allocated to Wyandotte Ave W. depending on any cost fluctuations as the projects get rolled out.

Items such as benches, bicycle racks and waste receptacles will be added to Sandwich St. and Wyandotte Ave. W. All funds were provided for by the ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPALITIES OF ONTARIO (AMO) Main Street Revitalization Initiatives Fund which is a provincial body, and all items should be installed by the end of summer, 2019. This is a one time grant from AMO and no City dollars will be used for this capital outlay.

Howe Bridge Overpass

Ojibway Parkway will be closed periodically over the next month. A quote from the Windsor Star:

"One of this area’s …

First Council Question - Reviving the Sandwich Town CIP


Yesterday I had my first council meeting where we debated many issues, including reintroducing fluoride into our water system. In case you missed it, council voted in favour of reintroducing fluoride by a vote of 8 to 3.

At the conclusion of the meeting, during question period, I took the opportunity to ask my first council question. It was as follows:

"That the following Council Question by Councillor Costante BE APPROVED, and that Administration BE DIRECTED to proceed with the necessary actions to respond to the Council Question in the form of a written report, consistent with Council’s instructions, and in accordance with Section 17.1 of the Procedure By-law 98-2011: 

CQ 28-2018: 
Assigned to City Planner Asks that Planning and Building department provide Council with an update on the status of the Sandwich Town Community Improvement Plan (CIP) and further determine if additional incentives and improvements could be made to the CIP. 

We should receive a rep…

Have your say on the future look of University Avenue


Have your say on the future look of University Avenue.

The City of Windsor is holding a public information centre on Thursday, November 1st to get feedback on proposed upgrades and changes to University Avenue and a section of Victoria Avenue.

It runs from 5pm to 8pm at the Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre – Lower East Atrium.

See the link below for more details. Hope to see you there. 


Have your say on the future look of university ave

Thank You


These past 24 hours have been very special.

I first want to thank Councillor Elliott for his service to the City and his lifelong service to our community. He has mentored thousands of youth and has already left a legacy that is second to none.

This campaign would not have been possible without the support (and great help) of my wife who organized all of our major events; from flyer drops to lawn sign blitzes to E-Day. She spent countless hours canvassing door-to-door with me as well. She's a ROCKstar.

To the residents who pushed me to run and who have volunteered hundreds of hours to the campaign: THANK YOU. We had an incredible team who were passionate, energized, committed, generous and very hardworking. It was a true team effort that I know will continue for years to come.

Lastly, to the residents of Ward 2, I am forever grateful for the trust and faith that you've put in me to represent you at City Hall. I promise to work hard every single day and relentlessly fo…



This campaign has been an incredible journey. Thank you for your support, and thank you for speaking with me about the issues that matter to you. Together, we can do something very special, vote by vote, neighbourhood by neighbourhood. Let's get it done!

Election Day is Monday, October 22nd, from 10am to 8pm.

Please vote!