Showing posts from August, 2011

Windsor Hum Plotted on Map

See the plotted areas -- many are concentrated in the west-end. You can join the facebook group if you have heard the humming noise by clicking on the link below.

Windsor Hum Plotted on Map

College Ave. Bridge Update -- Critics slam Grits' funding spree

City considering west-end bylaw exemptions

BBQ Fundraiser for Friends for Atkinson Swimming Lessons

On Saturday, September 3, from 12pm - 6pm, Councilor Ron Jones and the Friends for Atkinson group are hosting a bbq fundraiser.  The bbq will be held at Atkinson Park (Riverside Dr. W. at Bridge Ave.) where ribs and two sides will be served for $20.  All proceeds will support the Friends for Atkinson swimming lessons.

There will be free swimming for kids from 1:30pm - 5pm.  In addition, I will have information available for families and residents interested in setting up a neighbourhood watch and organizing their block where they live. 

For tickets or more information, please call 519-252-1005 or 519-973-7391.


College Ave Bridge

City council has approved the awarding of contracts or the beginning of negotiations on a number of Windsor projects.

Facca Inc. will be hired to build a temporary replacement for the College Avenue bridge over the railroad tracks between Wellington and McKay avenues.

The contract will pay Facca Inc. $1.22 million.

Read more:

West End Police Chase Lands Three in Custody | windsoriteDOTca - windsor ontario arts, music, hyperlocal news blog

Charged Robber out on Bail

You may recall a break-in that occurred approximately 1 month ago (see link: on McEwan Ave. where a 66 yr old threatened homeowners with a knife.  He was charged with two counts of robbery, two counts of forcible confinement, uttering threats to cause death and assault with a weapon.

I was told today that he is out on bail from a resident who lives on McEwan Ave.

Source: West-End Resident

Suspect sought after high-speed chase near Windsor

Teen stabbed in west end brawl

Builder eyed for College bridge

Forster bandmates reunite to celebrate life-changing experience