I want a community that supports the growth and prosperity of working families.
With the coming of the Electric Battery plant and other developments in Windsor, we need to ensure we have a voice on council who will support these transformative projects and ensure that we have the infrastructure in place to support project needs into the future.
I support the continuation of infrastructure improvements to our roads and sewers. With the extension of Lauzon Road to the 401, new battery plant, mega-hospital and Gordy Howe bridge completion in the next four years our region will be ready for the world spotlight on advanced manufacturing we have to have the foresight to ensure that we are building a world-class city, not only with a focus on road and sewers, but a development view that supports walkable neighborhoods, parks with community services, bike lanes and amenities for our existing residents and that entices new residents.
We need a continued focus on updating and widening roads, improving sewer infrastructures, and railroad crossings that don’t impede the flow of traffic.
The crossing at Tecumseh and Jefferson should be an overpass. With the pending developments to Lauzon Rd being extended to 401, we need to ensure the traffic to and from businesses and home can continue to flow.
Parks where children can play safely with amenities that make communities desirable and attract development and young families. Re-vamp the park at Olive and Alice and add playground equipment, splash pad for residents for residents in underserviced areas of WARD 8 Meadowbrook, Thornberry.