Delegation List

Preliminary delegation list for the Monday, June 21, 2021 City Council Meeting (1:00 o'clock p.m.)
Participation will be held electronically due to COVID-19 pandemic.
 
 
DELEGATIONS:  (5-minute maximum)
Item 8.6         Town of Amherstburg - Transit Delivery and Maintenance Services - City Wide
                       a)    Ernie Lamont, resident of Ward 8
 
Item 11.2       Community Heritage Fund Mortgage Receivable for Mount Zion Church of God in Christ, 795 McDougall Street - Ward 3
                       a)    Brenda Harrison, contact person for Mt. Zion Church
                       b)    Mozelle Scott-Bey, former parishioner
                       c)    Bishop Paul Morton
 
Item 8.1         Reimagined Adie Knox with Grant Opportunity and Partnership with the University of Windsor - Ward 2
                       a)    Mike Havey, Director of Athletics and Rec Services; and Vincent Georgie, Associate Vice President; 
                            University of Windsor (available for questions)
                       b)    Peter Best, Co-Chair WAAC (available for questions)
                       c)    Ernie Lamont, resident of Ward 8
                       d)    Rene Jacques, resident of Ward 6
                       e)    Linda MacKenzie, Friends of Adie Knox
                       f)     Caroline Taylor, resident of Ward 2
                       g)    Mike Cardinal, resident of Ward 2
                       h)    Mark Ferrari, Executive Director, Windsor Family Health Team
                       i)     Tammy Murray, Our West End, Coordinator, Volunteer
                       j)     David Petten, President, CUPE Local 543
                       k)    Howard Weeks, resident of Ward 4
 
 
 
 
 
 
The following person(s) contacted the Clerk’s Office to register as a delegation after the Friday 12:00 o’clock noon deadline.  In accordance with Section 10.9 of the Procedure By-law, a simple majority vote of Council is required to hear the delegation(s):
(this section will only be completed if applicable)
 
 
 
 
 
 

Excerpt from the City of Windsor Procedure By-law 98-2011 - A By-law to provide rules governing the proceedings of Windsor City Council meetings and its committees and the conduct of its members (Part 10-Delegations) :

The Clerk shall not register a delegation unless there is a specific item listed on the Order of Business to which the delegate has a bona fide interest and wishes to address Council / Committee.  Any person who wishes to appear before Council shall make application to the Clerk by the Friday preceding the Council meeting, 12:00 noon, to be placed on the Order of Business to appear before Council at the meeting at which it will be dealing with the item of interest to the delegate. A written brief is encouraged and, if submitted to the Clerk by noon on the Friday preceding the Council meeting, shall be copied and distributed as "Delegation" submissions to Council members.  A maximum of 5 minutes shall be allotted for each delegation to present his/her position of support or opposition to the relevant item on the Order of Business.  Where there are numerous delegates taking the same position on a matter, they are encouraged to select a spokesperson to present their views.

Click here to view the entire City of Windsor By-law 98-2011 "A By-law to provide rules governing the proceedings of Windsor City Council meetings and its committees and the Conduct of its members": Procedure By-law 98-2011

 

Council Services Department
Windsor City Hall
Suite 530 - 350 City Hall Square West
Windsor, Ontario
N9A 6S1
Canada

For general information, call 311.
For detailed inquiries, or to be listed as a delegation, call (519) 255-6432 or
Fax: (519) 255-6868, or
E-mail: clerks@citywindsor.ca , or
register to be a delegation on-line by clicking e-services​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​