Bob Moore (Ward 3) – Candidate Questionnaire

Although they came to the Royal City via Stoney Creek, Lindsay, Ottawa and Kingston, Bob Moore and his wife, Jane, have called Guelph home for 10 years now, living near the intersection of London and Edinburgh in the middle of Ward 3. Moore recently retired after more than 25 years of experience as an administrator in both secondary and elementary schools. He has also served on the Boards and Committees of a wide range of community and educational organizations, such as Hope House, and the Julien Project. When he’s not serving on committees, or building furniture, Bob researches and writes articles of historic interest, and has published articles on pioneer immigration, genealogical searches, colonial government, and Quaker history. He recently published an article on the University of Guelph’s Professor Zavitz for the Guelph Historical Society. Now he’s making a run for a seat on city council, and he took some time to answer the Guelph Politico Candidate Quesitonnaire. Continue reading “Bob Moore (Ward 3) – Candidate Questionnaire”

Farbridge Gambles on Another Term as Mayor

Today at City Hall, the woman who currently holds the keys to the Mayor’s office made her bid to hold on those keys by announcing her intention to run for another term. If successful, this would be Farbride’s third consecutive term, fourth overall, but arguably she will have much stiffer competition this year than she did in 2010. Continue reading “Farbridge Gambles on Another Term as Mayor”