Statement from Mayor Drew Dilkens March 14, 2020

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In July 2019, I booked a trip to Jordan with family members.  When we left Canada, there was a quarantine in northern Italy while China and South Korea continued to deal with the respective issues in their countries.  Over the past few days, global circumstances have changed dramatically such that we have been concerned about our ability to

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Mayor Dilkens hosts historic piano recital at Windsor City Hall

Mayor Dilkens hosts historic piano recital at Windsor City Hall

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This week, history was made by bringing history to life.  We hosted a solo piano recital in the lobby of Windsor City Hall, treating our visitors and guests to the music of Chopin, Bach and other renowned composers performed by first-year University of Windsor student Samuel Fedele. What made this concert special wasn’t just that

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Mayor Dilkens convenes COVID-19 preparedness meeting

Mayor Dilkens convenes COVID-19 preparedness meeting

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The public’s safety and well-being is my No. 1 priority. That is why it was important for me to call a meeting of our region’s leading health officials and emergency first responders to get an update on our readiness for the possible arrival of 2019 novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. As of today, there

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Fees waiver aligns with housing master plan

Fees waiver aligns with housing master plan

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The No. 1 goal of our Housing and Homelessness Master Plan is to “sustain and expand social and affordable housing supply” in Windsor-Essex County. For more than 25 years, Habitat for Humanity Windsor Essex’s small army of volunteers have been making a difference in the lives of moderate to low-income families in our community by

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