Before we unlock the future we must first find the keys to the past. As we await the return of city council in their first meeting of the fall after Labour Day, we’re going to take a few moments to remember all the work that council did in the first seven months this year. There were some laughs, some friction, and more than a couple of marathon meetings. In this new edition of the podcast we go back in time!
If you’re a regular reader of Guelph Politico, then you are probably in the loop about much of what went down around the virtual horseshoe in the last seven months, but on this week’s podcast, we’re going to give it all to you in 45 minutes or less. From the controversy around the Cultural Heritage Action Plan, to the controversy around the Baker District Urban Master Plan, it’s been a very contentious few months, but it’s also been a very consequential few months too.
So let’s together recap the year at city council so far on this week’s Guelph Politicast!
The next meeting of city council is the Committee of the Whole Meeting on Tuesday September 7, and the agenda for that meeting will be posted on the City’s website on Thursday August 26. You can find the full recaps for these meetings in the city council section on this site, and you can get council recaps directly into your inbox when you subscribe to the Guelph Politico newsletter.
NOTE: You will be able to hear interviews with all of the Federal election candidates running in Guelph every Monday on the podcast version of Open Sources Guelph, and every Thursday at 5 pm on CFRU 93.3 fm or cfru.ca!
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