Statement by Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens

Statement by Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens

Statements

Today we heard from the Province of Ontario regarding the ongoing health and economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Windsor-Essex will continue to remain in Stage 1 for at least the next 10 days, and these decisions will be reassessed on a weekly basis going forward. While I’m disappointed by our lack of progress today,

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Statement from Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens on the Provincial Reopening

Statement from Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens on the Provincial Reopening

Statements

Today’s announcement provides a framework for next steps and establishes a regional framework for local re-openings. As of today, we understand the Windsor-Essex region will not be included in the first wave of districts empowered to allow for a staged re-opening. As case incidence of COVID-19 continues to decline in our community, the Province of

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Windsor public drop off depot reopens

Windsor public drop off depot reopens

Mayor's Minutes, Statements

Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens speaks with Cathy Copot-Nepszy, Manager of Waste Diversion for the Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority, about the new COVID-19 protocols in place at the Windsor public drop off depot. For more details, please visit the Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority website and watch the video below.

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Plastic bag ban takes effect June 1

Plastic bag ban takes effect June 1

Mayor's Minutes, Statements

Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens talks to Cathy Copot-Nepszy, manager of waste diversion for the Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority, about the ban of plastic bags, wraps, tubes and packaging from recycling boxes and carts that takes effect June 1 across Windsor and Essex County. These items get tangled in machines, contaminate proper recyclables and cost taxpayers

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