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Mayor Meed Ward’s Weekly Update: November 29-Dec 5, 2021

Mayor Marianne Meed Ward Weekly Update

Good Morning Burlington,

December is upon us this week and what a beautiful snowfall we had yesterday! It was awesome to see so many kids out in their winter coats and mittens making snowballs and having fun. The month ahead will bring many wonderful opportunities to connect with friends and family through shared holidays and hopefully some well-deserved time off. After another year of pandemic challenges, we all need that time to relax and reflect.

The week ahead at city hall is busy as always with a housing strategy virtual open house, budget review, flag raising for International Day of Persons with Disabilities + more. Read the full update here: Mayors Weekly Public Update Nov 29-Dec 5

Wishing you all a good Monday and a great week ahead!

~ Mayor Marianne Meed Ward


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