I’m writing you today to request a meeting on Friday May 4, 2018, to discuss the Salvation Army’s project at 333 Montreal Road in Ottawa.
My council colleagues and I, unanimously, carried a couple of noteworthy inclusionary initiatives.
Speeding is one of the major factors in road safety issues in Ottawa.
Our community is one of the most fortunate in terms of connectivity to LRT stations (Lees, UOttawa, and Rideau).
There has been a noticeable shift in the ByWard Market from retail to food/night life that has been going on for many years now.
Community Update Spring 2018 by your city councillor Mathieu Fleury
Our working group has now been formed. We had our first introductory meeting on February 13th, 2018.
Nobody likes potholes, but they are a reality that pop up every spring. Potholes are a result of the freeze/thaw weather cycles that deteriorate our road surfaces.
Like many, I always wanted to be an Olympian. Recognizing I was good in sport but excellent in none, I stayed active and volunteered my time to support local athletes in swimming and hockey.
Come and check out how I voted in previous council meeting.