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Doug Coxson

Doug Coxson

Doug has been a reporter and editor for 25 years, working mainly in Waterloo region and Guelph

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doug@cambridgetoday.ca

Recent Work by Doug

This is the address Cambridge Mayor McGarry is using to seek re-election

This is the address Cambridge Mayor McGarry is using to seek re-election

Questions have been raised about the mayor's use of a medical office for a qualifying address on her nomination form
Cambridge looking at options before closing damaged trail for good

Cambridge looking at options before closing damaged trail for good

The Water Street South trail was damaged from repeated spring flooding and deemed too costly to maintain
Cambridge hires architect for new rec complex and library

Cambridge hires architect for new rec complex and library

The new council will get to pick one of two options when the designs are complete
Cambridge council approves $1.2M rebuild of Ed Newland Pool

Cambridge council approves $1.2M rebuild of Ed Newland Pool

Work will begin at the end of the season with planned completion by June of next year
Region considers moving proposed final stop for LRT in Cambridge

Region considers moving proposed final stop for LRT in Cambridge

The planned route for Stage 2 of the ION in Cambridge included a terminal station on Bruce Street
Feds invest $15 million in Cambridge affordable housing project

Feds invest $15 million in Cambridge affordable housing project

55 units at 195 Hespeler Road will be geared toward low income tenants and other vulnerable residents, including those with mental health challenges, physical disabilities and members of the Indigenous community
Cambridge council cleared in closed-meeting investigation over CTS site

Cambridge council cleared in closed-meeting investigation over CTS site

Complaint alleged councillors conspired on preferred location of consumption and treatment services site before public meeting
Region warns inflation will significantly impact 2023 tax bill

Region warns inflation will significantly impact 2023 tax bill

Chief financial officer Craig Dyer tells regional council that taxpayers can expect to see a 5.5 to 6.8 per cent increase on the region's portion of their tax bills next year
Council reverses decision on Blair mega warehouse

Council reverses decision on Blair mega warehouse

Council votes in support of a motion to accept staff recommendations on Blair warehouse traffic study and heritage impact assessment, allowing Minister's Zoning Order to proceed
Neighbours divided on what Cambridge should do about Flag Raiders

Neighbours divided on what Cambridge should do about Flag Raiders

Public meeting on proposal to grant paintball business a temporary use permit hears from dozens of delegates
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