Railway City Mayor's Update – Episode 13

Welcome to our weekly series, The Railway City Mayor's Update with our Mayor, Joe Preston – Mayor ST.Thomas Ontario.The week in review and the week coming up! This episode has a lot of details, click through to the article for a detailed list of everything we covered this week.Doug Tarry Homes Railway City Tourism Face It! Performance Art Installation

Posted by Establish Media on Tuesday, July 16, 2019


Mayor’s Update Episode 13

– 230 Talbot Street Project to now be housing only. Childcare facility at 25 St. Catherine Street Parking lot to keep 2.6 Million in provincial funding.

– Box Car Mural Artists Selected (Grayden Laing, Laura Woermke, Jaclyn, and Mediah)

Click here for our article on the Boxcar Artists and the selected designs.

– Seniors Day in the Park

– Public meeting about 417 Wellington, about the Hotel at the Mall.

– 59 Metcalfe Metcalfe zoning by-law amendment passed, Food and Foam zoning by-law amendment passed.

– 300 Elm St. zoning by-law amendment to turn it into a pharmacy.

– Pride Flag raising next week at City Hall – Monday, July 22nd at 10am.

– Movie Under the Stars at Pinafore Park, The Lego Movie, Part 2 at 8:30pm. Bring a non Perishable food donation as admission. Donation will be given to the Caring Cupboard in St. Thomas.

Doug Tarry Homes is donating replica grist mill to the Miller’s Pond development out by Southdale as a part of their 65th year anniversary. Scott McKay has done a design for the wheel. They will be doing a community build in September. Stay tuned.

– Face It! Performance Art Installation, Waterworks Park, July 18th, 6pm-8pm – July 19th 6pm-8pm $25. Click here for more info and to buy a ticket.

Council Corner Newsletter for the latest info from St. Thomas City Council.

– Elm St. is now closed you can access the hospital from the east (First Avenue) using the temporary entrance on Wood Street via Mandeville Road, and Wood Street. For more info, click here go to the City of St. Thomas website.