Monthly Archives: November 2010

Finally some good news, my Son got engaged today!

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November 29, 2010

I am over the moon to announce the engagement of my Son,  Jason Casarin to his lovely partner of 5 years Theresa Perrotta. Jason Casarin: amazing son of Debbie Vitez, Rick and Suzanne Casarin. TO:  Theresa Perrotta:  beautiful daughter of , Nancy and Carlo Perrotta of Fonthill. I could not be happier or more proud of you […]


My home was broken into.. Cambridge Police Force… And my uninvited and unwanted Visitor(s)

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November 27, 2010

  Just to add to what happened here on Thursday November 25, 2010. First of all:. The Police called me at my office and left a message at 3 p.m. I finally connected with them at 4. They informed me that my home had been broken into around 2 p.m… (?) They asked me to […]


Where is transparency at city hall? by Thomas Vann

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November 23, 2010

This ran in the Cambridge Times… comments invited below On Nov. 8, I was at a city council meeting to speak about seniors and seniors with disabilities during our recent election. I went through proper channels and had paperwork signed by the clerk. When l arrived at the meeting, a strange thing happened. I was […]


City dollars leaking out water pipes, by Gail Moorhouse

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November 16, 2010

This ran in the Cambrige Times…………. comments invited below There was an excellent presentation by Mike Hausser, director of asset management and support services at the City of Cambridge, during a council meeting on Nov. 8. His presentation was rock solid on the current state of our infrastructure. The simplified story is about how long […]


Residents seeking answers on TCE issue by Ray Martin

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November 4, 2010

This ran in the Cambridge Times………. comments invited below Residents living in a Preston neighbourhood contaminated with Trichloroethylene (TCE) have answers to the questions they raised five months ago, but they weren’t the answers some were hoping for. On Tuesday, Waterloo Region Health officials staged a pair of two-hour public meetings at the Cambridge Hotel […]


Preston residents deserve answers

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November 3, 2010

This ran in the Times……. comments invited below The first of two meetings held Monday night to give a Preston neighbourhood some answers on future health issues ended up creating more questions.   Residents in the Preston neighbourhood have faced fear and health problems after trichloroethylene(TCE) contamination was discovered in their Bishop Street community.   […]


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