Opening the door is a man who gives off this positive energy and calmness. Offering food, snacks and beverages you wouldn’t guess that his future endeavours would lay on the next hours results.
Council candidate Jim Karygiannis edged out his opponents with a victory in Ward 39 Scarborough-Agincourt. Coun. Mike Del Grande had previously held the position but announced in February that he would not run again. Karygiannis tallied 9,438 votes, beating out his closest opponent Franco Ng, who finished with 2,950.
The residents of Scarborough-Agincourt got a chance to have their voices heard during a public meeting held to discuss a new project to build two new natural gas pipelines in the GTA. Enbridge hosted an open house Thursday night at Sir John A. Macdonald Collegiate Institute on Pharmacy Avenue.
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Near the corner of Birchmount Road and Sheppard Avenue, the newly renovated Stephen Leacock community centre towers over the rest of the nearby buildings.
Construction is underway on a $3.7-million expansion to Chester Le Junior Public School in the Victoria Park and Finch area. And it’s about time, supporters say. The expansion includes a new child care facility and a 460-square-metre community centre.
Newly re-elected councillor Mike Del Grande is right on page with Toronto mayor Rob Ford with eliminating wasteful spending of taxpayers’ money.
“I want to finally get my hands on the budget,” he said. “I think that the finances should be handled directly by council.”
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The mood is quite jovial at Monsheong Long Tem care centre, after Mike Del Grande’s decisive victory in Ward 39 Scarborough-Agincourt.
Incumbent Mike Del Grande has been elected as Ward 39 councillor.