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Swimming in red ink — visits to Adventure Bay watery wonders plummet

Just two years after its splashy debut, there’s growing concern over the plummeting number of visitors to downtown Windsor’s $78-million aquatic facility.

Attendance took a nosedive last year at the funnest part of the complex, the waterslide-filled Adventure Bay. 1,135 more words

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Colucci on the rise: City treasurer named new CAO

After what turned out to be a short search in Windsor’s own backyard, treasurer Onorio Colucci has been named the city’s new chief administrative officer. 471 more words

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Reidel to swap city CAO job for Enwin's top spot

Helga Reidel is both leaving and joining municipal management, with a surprise announcement Friday that she will switch from city CAO to Enwin CEO.

The well-respected Reidel — known as a bit of a workaholic — will continue as the city’s chief administrative officer till her contract ends March 31, before officially taking the reins at Enwin Utilities on April 4. 710 more words

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Windsor cuts back on all-city parking passes

Fewer people will have handy all-city parking passes in the future.

City chief administrative officer Helga Reidel said administration will cut down on the passes, going from about 275 today to perhaps 30 starting Jan. 288 more words

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Gamification of politics: councillor wants app to make budget input fun

At least one city councillor wants to make local politics a game. Literally.

Coun. Rino Bortolin hopes to create an online app where residents can digitally push levers and buttons, moving money around in a fun way, to nudge people into taking part in local democracy. 402 more words

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City of Windsor run by excellent team

For those who had the opportunity to participate, Canterbury ElderCollege’s six-week course titled “Managing the City of Windsor” we have had a remarkable insight into how capably our city is managed — both politically and administratively. 293 more words


Windsor expects to host hundreds of Syrian war refugees

The exact number remains unclear, but Windsor is preparing to receive anywhere from 200 to 1,000 or more Syrian refugees.

“The minister said this will be done fast, but they are going to make sure it’s done right,” said Mayor Drew Dilkens. 848 more words

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