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The Metro: Neighbourhood Forum (August 24)

I want to hear from you

New process for challenging a parking ticket coming into effect Monday August 8th

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A new process for challenging a parking ticket is coming into effect this Monday, August 8. Motorists will

no longer attend Provincial Court to challenge parking tickets issued on or after August 8. Instead, If you

feel a ticket was issued unfairly or in error, you will appear before a City screening officer at the

Winnipeg Parking Authority, 495 Portage Avenue. You will also be able to have a screening conducted

online. A second level of review by a provincially-appointed adjudicator will also be available should you

want to contest your ticket further.

 

These changes are required by the Province through The Municipal By-law Enforcement Act (MBEA),

which comes into force on August 8. Get more info: http://www.theparkingstore.winnipeg.ca.

The Metro: Neighbourhood Forum (July 20)

Staying safe in the neighbourhood

Over 50 Daniel McIntyre residents turned out for a community safety and fire prevention forum on June 28.
Over 50 Daniel McIntyre residents turned out for a community safety and fire prevention forum on June 28.

Neighbours 4 Neighbours: Thanks to all for a great community forum!

Neighbours 4 Neighbours: A Community Safety and Fire Prevention Forum at R.A. Steen Community Centre, June 28, 2016

Neighbours 4 Neighbours: A Community Safety and Fire Prevention Forum at R.A. Steen Community Centre, June 28, 2016

Thank you to the many community members that came out for the Neighbours 4 Neighbours Community Safety and Fire Prevention Forum I held this past Tuesday at R.A. Steen Community Centre. I was glad to see so many of you participate in the discussion and ask questions about how we can work together to improve the safety of our neighbourhoods. I will be working to follow-up with those of you who brought your concerns forward. Specifically,  I would like to thank the following representatives and service providers who took time out of their evenings to come and share helpful stories, tips, and strategies with us and made themselves available to answer questions and follow-up with neighbourhood concerns:

Inspector Scot Halley, Inspector Jim Anderson, and Constable Rejeanne Caron (Winnipeg Police Service)

Mark Reshaur (Assistant Chief, Fire and EMS, Prevention and Public Education)

Pat Irving (Manager, Public Safety Investigations, Manitoba Justice)

John Lorbis (By-Law Enforcement Officer, City of Winnipeg)

Debra Jean Moore (Neighbourhood Watch Representative, Wolseley Resident)

If you live in the Daniel McIntyre area, and have a neighbourhood safety concern, but are unsure of who to contact, please call my office at 204-986-5951.