Years ago, Michelle Jones-Rousseau was like most parents, keen to find something for her teenage son that would get him up and out of the house. 615 more words
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A move to have Amherstburg councillors elected by wards rather than the current at-large system was put on the back burner for a year Monday night, but the man behind the motion says the issue isn’t going away. 416 more words
During the 2014 municipal election campaign, the burg watch invited readers to submit questions to the candidates, one of which was Question 28: Amherstburg seems to have an unusually high amount of staff for its size and population; do you think the town has grown to the point that a… 79 more words
This is a follow up to the previous post, Reader Asks About General Amherst And Barrier Free Access.
In an email to the PARC and school board trustee Ron Le Clair, I pointed out four references to the outdated “handicap” in the Review and that there is no mention of cost to ensure that GAHS is made barrier-free; I inquired if cost estimates would be obtained prior to a decision on the status of the school. 86 more words
Sarah asked, “Do you think we should be fighting to keep the current building that houses Amherst open? Would we be able to make it barrier-free and accessible (not sure of the cost)? 203 more words