Coyote sighted in neighborhood

A coyote was sighted chasing a deer through Rollingwood Park this week. It did not catch the deer. The coyote then passed between houses at 90 and 94 Rollingwood onto the street and went on its way. You should be cautious about having family pets outdoors unsupervised or unleashed. Although coyotes are usually about at dawn and dusk, they are also about at other times.

Here is a resource on Coyotes in the City of London. http://www.london.ca/residents/Environment/Natural-Environments/Pages/coyotes.aspx

City Budget – Opportunities for Input

Members of Council are holding a number of ward meetings over the next few days to hear from you about the City’s budget before the budget is passed. See London.ca/budget for more details
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Coyote Reminder, Winter Driving, and Giving Tuesday for the Medway ESA

Giving Tuesday

Today is GIVING TUESDAY. Consider joining a number of residents who have already made a contribution to the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority for projects in the Medway Valley Heritage Forest Environmentally Significant Area (ESA). This opportunity comes with the City committing to improve access to the Valley by building a new boardwalk and swale (to reduce the effects of runoff) from the entrance to the ESA at Longbow and Wychwood this spring. And a reminder… a resident has pledged to match all donations made in 2019 up to $10,000. Money raised will be used for projects such as invasive species management.

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August News

Neighbourhood Decision Making 2019

Neighbourhood Decision Making (NDM) is an opportunity for London residents to democratically decide how to spend a portion of the City’s budget on neighbourhood projects. The project ideas that you come up with and vote for can transform the culture, pulse, and even the physical appearance of our neighbourhood. To learn how NDM works and submit an idea online click here

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