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Virtual Town Hall for Districts 2, 6 and 8 on Wed. June 3

From the day I was first elected I have held Town Hall meetings for my District 2. In recent months we have all witnessed the opportunities provided to us via social  media. With that in mind, new technology will enable me to continue that tradition.

Due to the passing of Councillor Ruth Kovac and the delay of a planned April by-election due to COVID-19, Councillor David Tordjman and I have agreed to temporarily share responsibilities for District 8: East of Cavendish  for me; West of Cavendish for David.

On Wednesday, June 3 (7:15 pm) David, who represents District 6, and I will c0-chair a Virtual Town Hall Meeting. All you need is a computer and internet access. Mayor Mitchell Brownstein will provide a COVID-19 update. David and I will provide updates on what is new in our Districts. We expect some guests. People will be able to ask questions in the chat window via this YouTube broadcast.

All of the details are here   so please reserve the date and time.

You will have to log into www.cotesaintluc.org/VirtualDistrictMeeting.






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Angelo Segall

1. We encountered last Sunday a CSL worker in his cleaning truck ( traveling through Merrimac) we stopped him and asked “how come he is not cleaning Merrimac street” he replies to us that he was not scheduled to clean our street”. Then he indicated that he is scheduled to clean only the “musical streets area”! The Merrimac to Rebrand street looks like a Swiss cheese with Lots of Potholes, the city was supposed to pave the street 4 years ago. Why this part of the city that has 128 family live and pay taxes (550 ppl) is neglected?

2. Pavement markings: On the Cavendish 4-Way Intersection:
the intersection Est-West Kildare there is a segment sort of “round about” for turning South on Cavendish it is highly effective (convey a message to roadway users)
indicate which part of the road to use. Must be repainted after the winter!
Yet passing demarcation lines were done.

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