Infrastructure: Increase funding to improve roads.
Environment: Modernize sewer system to protect Lake Winnipeg, enhance St. Vital parks and Seine River trails.
Safety: Continue investments in Police, Fire and Paramedics.
Mobility: Work to reduce traffic congestion and improve transit emphasizing St. Mary’s and St. Anne’s.
Sage Creek, Royalwood, Bonavista: Expand recreational facilities and lobby for second Sage Creek school.
WHAT'S NEW IN ST. VITAL
Two community centres in St. Vital will be receiving funding through the City’s Community Centre Renovation Grant (CCRG) program.
Norberry-Glenlee Community Centre will be receiving $100,000 for lighting upgrades and
Windsor Community Centre will also benefit from $100,000 for lighting upgrades and fencing.
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Following my article in the Lance, published on January 13th, 2020, I would like to continue the discussion regarding the state of gravel lanes in St. Vital.
As this is an important issue for the Ward, I had requested a review of the City's policy that dates back to 1988. The administration produced a 1 page report which indicates that there will be no changes to the policy and budget.
I encourage all concerned residents to register to appear in delegation at the next meeting of the Infrastructure Renewal and Public Works Standing Committee.
The meeting will take place
Tuesday, February 4th, 2020
from 9 AM to 3 PM
In the North Committee Room of the Council Building
(510 Main Street).
To register as a delegate, please click on the following link: