More March News

For Seniors

The Celebrating Seniors Series runs every 2nd Wednesday of the month at the Sherwood Forest Branch Library from 2 to 3 pm.

There is a Francophone Senior’s Group at the Cherrryhill Library every Friday from 1 to 3 pm.

There is a seniors Current Events Discussion Group at the Masonville Library every Thursday from 1:30 to 3:30 until May 18th.

City is Looking for your Input

RANKED BALLOT: You can give feedback on this question either through the survey or to Councillor Squire (psquire@london.ca)

There is also a public participation meeting at city hall on Saturday, April 22 at 11 am on the topic. Anyone can attend to speak to all members of Council on this matter. If you can’t make the meeting but want to have members of council get your message, you can include a letter on the meeting agenda if you get it to csaunder@london.ca by 9 AM April 13th

STRENGTHENING NEIGHBOURHOODS STRATEGY: There are a number of open houses on this topic between March 28 and 30th, including one at Medway Arena on the 29th from 7 pm to 8:30 pm. Go to the engage London site for other times and locations. There is also an on line survey and comment form. City staff are looking for your comments by March 31.

Input on Two City Items

The City of London is looking for your input on two matters.

Ranked ballot

The City is exploring the option to use Ranked Choice Voting (a ranked ballot system) for the 2018 Municipal Election.
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Sherwood Forest Park and Museum of Ontario Archaeology

Sherwood Forest Park

A delegation from the neighbourhood and Councillor Squire met last week with City staff last week. This was in follow up to a recent report to City Council from City Staff on progress to date on the housing development planned for part of the former Sherwood Forest School site. There were no successful responses to the RFP (Request for Proposals), therefore the City staff recommended going forward with a tender. We want to be sure that a community representative will be involved in the tendering process.
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March News

Medway Valley

For many years, we have enjoyed the trails in the Medway. However, one trail was actually on private property and signs were posted to let people know this. Please respect private property. Please respect the signage that has been installed. Someone is going out of their way to destroy the signage. Please don’t hesitate to report such actions to the police.
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February News

Park Site

At noon on February 21, City Council’s Corporate Services Committee will review the staff report on the Sherwood Forest School site. As you will note, no successful replies were received to the City’s RFP process for the sale of part of the site for housing. City staff are recommending a tender instead.

Medway Valley Heritage Forest

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