The gymnastics required to continue including the Bridge's Indian Road properties compromise the original intent of the Heritage study and probably guarantee a win by the Bridge company when this whole mess eventually ends up in court.
Still no 211 Operating Agreement to be found anywhere. Maybe it's hiding on the "In-Camera" agenda.
Maybe the answer was never to let the Capitol Theatre go bankrupt in the first place.
Congratulations to Festival Epicure on another successful weekend. With the City no longer involved with anything other than various municipal approvals, Epicure should continue to thrive and grow.
What he said. By the time Windsor finally begins to recognize and respect the contribution of small business owners like George, they'll all be gone for more welcome environments.
The single biggest thing City Council could do to improve "communications" is stop hiding everyting "in-camera". Next battle will be the selection of people for the Blue Ribbon committee. Is Council really serioius about delivering the best solution possible for the City? The composition of the committee will provide many answers.