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Too many dogs
As a lifetime resident of Perth County, and a dog owner and former breeder of German shepherd dogs, Mr. Zelek is completely justified in reasoning that the excessive number of dogs in his neighbourhood creates a nuisance.
Another view
By coincidence, we read your review of the director Peter Sellars’ chamber version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream the morning after we had seen the production. Unlike your reviewer, we absolutely loved it!
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Think longterm with Market Square
Too often council is preoccupied with pot holes and fail to recognize an opportunity to make a long lasting, substantial effect on the social fabric and future of a city.
An asset worth keeping
I’ve read recently that at a finance subcommittee meeting it was decided to consider the sale of Festival Hydro. Please rethink that.
Three cheers to Blues & Ribfest organizers
The music was great, the ribs were delicious and the weather couldn’t have been better!
Accessible swings much appreciated
Just wanted to publicly thank City Hall and the parks board for recently installing the two new accessible swings in Stratford located at Upper Queens Park and Inverness Street park.
Take dog waste home
I am writing this letter to express the concern we, at St. James Anglican Church feel about the abuse of our facilities by dog owners.
Market Square the heart of the city
The Market Square project sits, unfunded, at the top of the city’s priority list and city staff are taking a serious look at the deteriorating tangle of sewers that lie below the square. On the horizon is a public open house (no date yet) to ask for your opinion, once more, about how the heart of our city should be developed.
More lies and incompetence?
In early February, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation reported that in the last 10 years the Liberals have hiked revenues by $36 billion while at the same time doubling our debt to $272.8 billion.
No vote for Liberals
Liberal lows
Stewart Skinner seems to think, like his leader, that you can do something wrong, say you are sorry, and it all goes away.
Where’s the vision?
We the residents of Stratford are faced with two major and interrelated downtown revitalization projects – Market Square and the Cooper Site – that will have a transformative impact on our city for generations to come.
Police over Market
In the final stretch of their term, Stratford’s city council has shifted from tight fiscal control to considering a $10 million makeover of Market Square, with the attendant necessity of building a parking garage somewhere.
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