LaSalle borough meeting last night
The LaSalle borough meeting took place last night. Citizen questions focused on a petition against a new dog park in L’Hereux Park, transport struggles for LaSalle residents due to the 5,000 unit development in Lachine East between 6th and the train tracks, perks such as parking, La Ronde and Oceaga tickets for elected officials,
Joseph Pugliese congratulated Sonja Susnjar for becoming a Community Cares Leader. Congratulations Sonja!
Borough officials awared more than $5 million in contracts and set up three public consultations that I’ll be covering in the Suburban next week.
Other stories I noticed include:
Jane’s Walks also celebrate their centenary this weekend. There are tons of walks happening in Montreal, including one in Lachine East on Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. (735 rue Notre-Dame at the corner of 7th Avenue au Regroupement de Lachine), one on the St. Jacques Escarpment (Falaise) Saturday morning (cyclists depart from Metro Angrignon at 10 while hikers depart from Vendome Metro or they can meet at the corner of Madison/St-Jacques at 11 a.m.) and two in Verdun (the Friday evening waterfront walk by Marie-Andrée Mauger is full, but the 10:30 a.m. Saturday walk through the Nun’s Island Forest by Nina Gould still has space.)
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