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Another article on the pay raise – by Albert Kramberger, The Gazette, 18 February 2014. You can read the entire text here. The fact that the first noticeable decision of the new Mayor is about paying himself and his buddies … Continue reading
By Rhonda Massad The Suburban, Wednesday, 12 February 2014 At its Feb. 3 council meeting, Kirkland announced that at its next gathering in March, it plans to vote on increasing the salaries of the city’s mayor and councillors by 20 … Continue reading
KIRKLAND- With two weeks to go before the end of the municipal election campaign, Sophie Mohsen, candidate for district 4 Lacey-Green West continues to canvass her neighborhood and introduce herself to all residents. To date, Ms Mohsen has had the … Continue reading
After a decade of active involvement in the Kirkland community, Peter Rakobowchuk has decided to take the next logical step and run for office. He’s seeking election as Councillor for District 8 in the town of Kirkland. “This town has … Continue reading
As for what I would do in my first 100 days in public office as the Mayor of the Town of Kirkland, I would propose to the newly elected and acclaimed municipal management team a motion to prepare an internal … Continue reading
Due to popular demand, Friends of the Market-Breakfast Club is inviting ALL RESIDENTS again next Thursday, September 5th. There will be more discussion and more entertainment than last time (see below). For further details and to confirm your attendance, call … Continue reading
Last Monday, August 19th, during “La Semaine des marches public du Quebec” celebrated across the Province of Quebec, I inquired again by way of iCare with the Director General on how to have the issue of the farmers’ market on … Continue reading
By Matthew Guite, The Suburban, August 7th, 2013 A Kirkland resident who wanted to give local farmers and urban growers a chance to sell their goods to the community has been barred from hosting a farmers market due to a … Continue reading
All the turmoil in Montreal municipal politics appears to have had at least one positive result. Montreal City Council finally adopted a resolution to study the redevelopment of the Meadowbrook Golf Course site. All we can hope for now is that … Continue reading