What I Do On Sundays Before My Vacation Ends

- August 13th, 2012

It has become an end-of-vacation ritual for me that, every Sunday night before I come back, I go through the City Hall-related news I’ve missed.

City Hall is still in a bit of a summer slumber before meetings pick up again next week, but when it’s back to business, it will be a busy agenda, with decisions on Presto, Lansdowne Park and LRT on the horizon.

But before we jump forward, let’s look back.

Here’s what I found most interesting over the past two weeks:

City to house Barbara Ann Scott memorabilia

Mayor’s skin cancer returns

Demolition begins on Colesium

Ed Keeley is the new deputy chief at Ottawa police

Economic benefits to casino

Hobbs gives up car for good

NCC makes formal call for equestrian park, campground proposals

And my personal favourite, a “spin city” column from City Hall columnist Susan Sherring.

Anyway, glad to see I wasn’t missed around 110 Laurier Ave.

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