Understandably, winter maintenance of our streets and sidewalks is a topic that gets a lot of attention every winter because it affects us all directly.
If you have trouble clearing your driveway in the winter there might be help for you.
2017 was another thrilling year for Team Fleury and for the Lowertown, Sandy Hill and Vanier communities.
As many of you will know, the Salvation Army’s proposal to move and expand their shelter to 333 Montreal Road passed at Council on November 22nd.
I have strong concerns – and these concerns have been echoed by many – that the SA project in Ottawa is not a good fit for for the community.
Often, when a large re-zoning application is proposed, the changes draw participation and concerns from neighbours.
Welcome back to our friendly neighborhood blog. Our most recent public consultation was held at the Wabano Centre.
Come and check out how I voted in previous council meeting.
The growing challenges related to waste and debris, especially with the increase in the undesirable ‘bunker house’ type developments in Sandy Hill, encourages us to propose new initiatives to improve our neighbourhood’s quality of life.
Community Update Fall 2017 by your city councillor Mathieu Fleury