Governance: building the framework for a new Niagara
The conversation over governance reform and the future of Niagara government continues.
A report was brought to Regional Council by the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce earlier this year recommending the chair be directly elected and a double direct councillor model be adopted.
The issue was sent down to St. Catharines council to study, with the St. Catharines Governance Committee holding public meetings over the summer.
A motion expected to come before council in the coming months.
Join News Talk 610 CKTB tonight, Wednesday October 23rd from 7pm to 9pm for Governance: building the framework for a new Niagara.
CKTB's Tim Denis and Tom McConnell will be joined by panelists Andrew Sancton, a political science professor from Western University, Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn and Board Chair of the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce Wade Stayzer.
A town hall discussion at Amici's Banquet and Conference Centre, 2740 Merrittville Highway in Thorold, putting governance in the spotlight.
Follow the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #610GOV