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Candidates Not Answering Readers' Questions Update

The list of candidates that have not answered any questions from the burg watch readers, but did answer questions from the River Town Times has been updated to reflect the fact that three candidates have answered one or more questions since the October 9 post, 24 more words


7 Days To Go!

Have you decided which of the candidates are a yes, no or maybe? Did you remember you do not have to vote for all seven seats? 107 more words


Road improvements concern Amherstburg residents

A deeply divided electorate is questioning whether Amherstburg councillors should have approved the million-dollar resurfacing of Sandwich Street, according to the town’s chamber of commerce. 501 more words


Joshua Rene Thanks Residents For Their Questions

I would like to thank each and every resident for asking us candidates the hard questions. I have never been more proud to call Amherstburg home! 28 more words


Joshua Rene Answers Questions 40

40.  I have never personally nor have I ever worked for a company that has declared bankruptcy. I don’t believe that a candidate should be denied the chance to run based on this. 24 more words


Pauline Gemmell Answers Question 40

Question 40:
I have never  been personally bankrupt or been in a position of authority of a business that has been declared bankrupt. I think it’s up to the voters to determine if bankruptcy precludes running for office and that will be reflected on election day. 10 more words


Amherstburg Police Patrol Zones Changed After Amalgamation

Commentary by Linda Saxon

Following amalgamation, the Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services’ decision regarding the ‘new’ policing proposal was, “From the standpoint of staffing, deployment and supervision, the proposal overall appears sound, and if the proposal is implemented as presented, it should allow for adequate and effective policing in the Town of Amherstburg.” 197 more words