Posts Tagged ‘mike bradley’

Sarnia Mayor wants special County Council meeting to deal with Love Canal waste issue

The original Love Canal site as it appeared in 2012 (photo via Wikipedia).

Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley has asked newly elected Lambton County Warden Bev MacDougall, who also sits on Sarnia City Council, to convene a special meeting to deal with news that waste from the infamous Love Canal area of upstate New York is on its way to Clean Harbors in St. Clair Township. Bradley, who said […]

All smiles at official opening of Atelka call centre

From left, Rogers VP Andres Piderit, Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley, MPP Bob Bailey, and Atelka CEO Georges Karam.

There were smiles all around mid-day Thursday as Atelka cut the ribbon on its Sarnia call centre, ushering in what officials hope will be a sustained and growing operation. Present at the ribbon cutting taking place at the Western Research Park Sarnia-Lambton was Andres Piderit, vice president of customer care for Rogers. Sarnia employees of […]

Sarnia Mayor’s column highlights importance of ‘finishing well’

My cynical friend, who wishes to remain anonymous (Bob), finally found a way to keep his relatives from dropping by his place. On the door in big letters he has printed JOB CENTRE. —Often asked to bring greetings or make a speech to various audiences. The difference between the two is simple. Greetings last three […]

Bradley nothing if not persistent on SGH demolition issue

Photo of Sarnia General Hospital courtesy Sean Marshall via Flickr.

Here’s a bit of advice to the Ontario Provincial government in general and Health Minister Deb Matthews and Premier Kathleen Wynne in particular: don’t ignore Mike Bradley. Sarnia’s Mayor isn’t forgetting about a promise (implied or explicit) that resulted from a meeting with Wynne—last July 30—to have the Health Minister meet to discuss potential provincial […]

Sarnia Mayor presents end of year ‘Honours List’

The Mayor’s Honour List was established by the late Mayor Marceil Saddy in 1981 to honour citizens and groups in the community or surrounding area who have been instrumental in improving the quality of life or making a significant contribution to the City of Sarnia and Lambton County. In announcing this year’s list, Mayor Mike […]

Mayor Mike reflects on events, accomplishments that ‘made a city’

Bridge Bash 2012 is slated to happen July 6-7 at the Bluewater Bridge in Point Edward

By MIKE BRADLEY Mayor, City of Sarnia In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth. Genesis1.1. After the withdrawal of massive glaciers, the First Nations lived in this place now called Sarnia for 11,000 years in an unrecognizable landscape that evolved into sand dunes, marshy swamps and the creation of Lake Huron and […]

Bradley wants Centennial Park remediation accelerated from suggested timeline

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Faster and less expensive. In a nutshell, that’s what Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley is looking for after looking at options for the remediation of Centennial Park to be presented by an environmental consultant. Golder Associates, which has already done extensive testing after the discovery of soil contaminated with asbestos and metals earlier this year, is […]

Bradley pushing for meeting with Health Minister on SGH demolition issue

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More than two months after meeting with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne about a variety of issues, Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley has written Health Minister Deb Matthews to push the case for what he calls “fairness” in dealing with the cost of demolishing the former Sarnia General Hospital site. Bradley cited the provincial contribution in London […]

After meeting with Premier this week, ‘what happens next’ will be critical, says Sarnia’s Mike Bradley

What a delegation from Sarnia-Lambton that met with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne mid-week came away with was a lengthy list of things to follow up with the province, notes Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley. Those include the issue of the demolition of the former Sarnia General Hospital. “There were some suggestions, but we have to follow […]

Bradley to head of Green Party after tweeting (false) train wreck rumour: ‘very disappointed’

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When Elizabeth May, head of Canada’s Green Party and a sitting Member of Parliament, tweeted the question: “Why is no one reporting the train derailment in Sarnia yesterday? My sources say 20 cars jumped the track” it certainly got some attention, especially from Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley, who wrote May expressing his disappointment. “The tweet […]