Ladies and Gentlemen
The piles of snow are deflating like an old air mattress. The streets sparkle with the runnels of snowmelt. But as much as we crave spring, it’s going to take some time yet to clear the snow. Your help would be appreciated to keep the storm drains clear.
It’s going to be a quiet week with many folks away on spring break. No General Committee on Monday. If you are looking for something to do, there is public skating every day this week at 1:00 pm at the NSSRC.
Tuesday I will be at County at 9:00 am for the regular Council meeting.
A more interesting meeting takes place on Wednesday March 12th at the NSSRC. The Midland Police Service will be holding two sessions, one at 2:00 pm and one at 7:00 pm, to hear from the public on what their policing priorities should be for the next few years. Our police service has been increasingly in the public eye, most recently with the release of a survey on attitudes towards the level of police service that Midland is receiving. Please see:
This is your chance to speak up and help direct our police service.
While it’s a bit early, Friday March 14th starts the celebrations for St. Patricks Day. Askennonia invites you out for their St. Paddy’s luncheon at noon at the NSSRC. Please note that the Waterfront Steering committee for that day has been cancelled.
Sunday March 16
- Girls Night Out at 5:00 pm at the Library restaurant. Proceeds will assist We are the Villagers
- The Sunday Afternoon Jam continues at the Boathouse restaurant from 2:00 pm until 5:00 pm
Editor’s Note: Gord McKay announced he is running for re-election.
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