What To Do With Your Lawn Sign

What To Do With Your Lawn Sign Hello, Miracle League Supporters! Many of you have been asking what to do with your lawn signs now that we have City Council approval to go ahead with our Miracle League project on the site of the former Riverside Arena. You have a couple of choice. You can: Bring your sign back to the sports centre, where we'll gladly store it. Call 519-944-9115 and ask someone to pick it up. Find a safe place in the garage and tuck it away for future use. Stay tuned for more updates in the coming weeks and months, and use Facebook and Twitter to tell as many people as possible how proud we are to be building a Miracle Field in Riverside!

City Council Approves Save the Park Proposal

City Council Approves Save the Park Proposal Wow, it was quite a night last night at City Council for the Miracle Field group! In case you haven’t heard, Council approved our proposal by a vote of 9-1. Rick Farrow came through in a big way, announcing a $500, 000 donation for the project! The support throughout the Riverside area and the entire Windsor community was huge in getting this project passed. Very few can match the generosity of the Farrow family, but the emails, lawn signs, petitions, phone calls to Councillors, posters, and the work by the Riverside Minor Baseball group were all instrumental in getting the Miracle Field project off of the ground.

Save The Park Update

Save The Park Update URGENT!! Regarding the June 19 City Council Meeting to discuss the proposed Miracle Field Project. We are profoundly disappointed to learn that the Report of Administration to City Council recommends that the City of Windsor move forward with residential/commercial development on the former Riverside Minor Hockey Arena site. If City Council approves the Administration recommendation, it will mean that the Riverside Minor Baseball’s proposal for a Miracle Field project will die. There will be: NO Miracle Field accessible to all children in our community. NO neighbourhood walking track. NO accessible playground. Read the full administrative report online here. We need your voice and participation at the June 19th City Council Meeting! If you’d like to speak directly to the issue, you must sign up as a delegation. To do so, email by Noon on Friday, June 16th.. More details on presenting as a delegation can be found online here. Please note, you do not need to sign…

A Letter from a Concerned Citizen

A Letter from a Concerned Citizen David Leslie: I moved my family back to Windsor in 1979 and at the urging of my wife decided to make Riverside our home. My wife had attended school in the Riverside area and fell in love with the community. We bought a house very close to St. Rose church and school just east of Riverside Arena and park which we still live in today. It wasn’t very long before we became very involved in the community and Riverside Arena and park became a second home for my three children. Each of my children learned how to swim at the community pool at the park and spent many hours there during the summer months. My son played hockey at the arena for several years in the winter months and baseball with Riverside baseball in the summer. My girls also got involved with figure skating each winter and both of them played in the girl’s softball league at the park as well each summer. I also got to enjoy the park. We always had a dog for the children as they were growing up and I would walk those dogs almost…

Save the Park Goes To Council

Save the Park Goes To Council The Save the Park Committee goes back to Windsor City Council, On Monday, June 19 at 6:00 PM.

Final Proposal

Final Proposal Save the Park committee has presented the Formal Proposal to City Administration: CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD

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