Several residents have reported to me that they've been told by a candidate for public school trustee that "Burlington Central is closing." You've turned to me for accurate information.
The short answer is that no, Burlington Central is not closing – nor is any other Burlington school slated for closure.
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Register with the code on your Voter Information Notice and you’ll be sent an online voting PIN (Personal Identification Number). Internet voting registration is Sept. 29 to midnight Oct. 17. Internet votes can be cast between Oct. 2 and midnight Oct. 19.... Read More
You're invited! All candidates debate Oct. 1
The Burlington Lions Club is hosting an all candidates debate Wed. Oct. 1, 7pm at the Lions Club at Pearl and James (471 Pearl St). Candidates for Regional Chair, Mayor, and Ward 2 Councillor will be on hand to talk about their platform, why they are running, and answer written questions from the floor, chosen by the moderator. Candidates for school board trustee will be on hand with information tables, but will not participate in the debate.... Read More
From: Pitoscia, Danielle
Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 02:02 PM
To: LIST - City of Burlington
Subject: BROADCAST: Staff Needed for 2014 Election
Attention Staff: Please volunteer to work the 2014 Municipal Election
We are still looking for staff to work Election Day - October 27th, 2014
If you have recently applied, you should have received an email titled BURLINGTON ELECTION WORKER - HIRED – if you have not been notified please let me know.
Get involved –The work is important, exciting, satisfying and it pays!
For more information on the Election, positions available, dates, times, and voting locations please visit the Election page.
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Huge thank you to all my volunteers and to everyone who came to the joint campaign kickoff at the Art Gallery of Burlington for my reelection as Ward 2 Burlington city councillor, and Leah Reynolds election as public school trustee for Wards 1 and 2. Thanks to the downtown businesses who donated to our event: Kelly Childs Kelly's Bake Shoppe cupcakes; flowers from Blossoms. We talked about why trustees matter - they safeguard our children's education and our schools, which are the hearts of our community. We talked about why governments need to trust residents, and tap your expertise to... Read More
Shaun Pennell of Burlington Hive describes how our downtown offers great amenities, with the energy that's helping his company attract entrepreneurs and startups.... Read More
We live in a great city and must take care to keep what is great as we grow and change. We must protect what residents value and what makes them want to live here in the first place. We do that when City Hall works with residents, putting the needs of residents first.
To see full video, go to votemarianne.ca
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The City of Burlington will be hiring approximately 350 people to work as poll clerks, revision clerks, greeters and reserve workers during the 2014 municipal election.... Read More