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Insight on the Ambassador Bridge Co. from a ward 2 resident and business owner

A letter from Mike Cardinal:
On Monday, 27 September 2010 at approximately 10 a.m. I witnessed employees of the Ambassador Bridge Company “landscaping” their neglected house at 781 Indian Road with a Front End Loader. Last spring I witnessed and photographed an Ambassador Bridge truck and Front End Loader removing city trees from the city boulevard between the sidewalk and street of several houses in the 500 block of Indian.  This time, the Front End Loader drove toward me while taking pictures and only stopped within a few feet. He was attempting to intimidate me to stop taking pictures of their activity.  Why the secrecy? Why the intimidation? If there is nothing wrong with what they are doing, why not take a picture? If there is nothing wrong with what they are doing, why intimidate a witness with a huge Front End Loader? If there is nothing wrong with what they are doing, why demand my name and take down my car license number? If there is nothing wrong with what they are doing, why …

University of Windsor students use fake permits to hog parking spots

Westend gunmen use tree for target practice

CAW adopts Marlborough school (The Windsor Star, 16 Sep 2010, Page A5)

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CAW adopts Marlborough school
DALSON CHEN
The Windsor Star
16 Sep 2010

“Marlborough’s the best in the west,” screamed 370 school children in unison. “Hip hip hooray, Local 444!” Thus did the kids of Marlborough Elementary greet their new benefactor: the largest auto workers union in the city. CAW Local 444...read more...Tech Tags:

Windsor police nab two after wild west end shootout

Westend residents resist doubling up with bridge company

'Critical' Ambassador bridge repairs on hold

Fire in abandoned Windsor home worries, angers neighbours

Windsor crimes hit the web

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Windsor crimes hit the web

Neighbourhood Watch

Due to an increase in break-ins lately, I want to remind all residents of the importance of building Neighbourhood Watch teams on your block. 

You can promote safety, crime prevention and bring your neighbours together by forming a Neighbourhood Watch on your street. In doing so, follow these 3 easy steps:

1) Get a FREE Police Clearance at Windsor Police Station and once complete, give to Didi Johnston at City Hall
2) Sign up at least 50% of your neighbours (only one representative per house required)
3) Organize 4 meetings per year at a local establishment

Together, we are building a safer west-end, one block at a time!