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Emily Deming

Emily Deming has 18 articles published.

Notes From the Rafters: 19 October 2020

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Reminder that if you want gossip, the absolute best place to look is at the Building Permits and Development Permits lists.

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Notes From the Rafters: 13 October 2020

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I’m going to spray paint “Edmundo! Fausto!” across the back of my jean jacket.

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Notes From the Rafters: 5 October 2020

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Picking our contractors solely on meeting minimum standards and price points makes me nervous. I’d like assurance money is spent well, not just reluctantly.

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Why St. John’s Struggles to Regulate Noisy Vehicles (and What Ward 2 Candidates Would Do)

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Back in the spring of 2009 there was a committee meeting. According to the meeting notes, members of the Police and Traffic Committee (including city councillors, city staff, and Sgt Paul Murphy from the RNC) met that day with John Dinn (then-MHA for Kilbride) “at his request” to “discuss the issue of motorcycle noise.” In notes for the meeting, Sgt Murphy acknowledges the noise problem from “after market exhaust systems for motorcycles and cars.” He then explains that the RNC cannot do much about it without a change to the Highway and Traffic Act [HTA] to include noise standards. So the committee recommended that Council address the province and “request changes to the Highway Traffic Act to deal with excessive noise levels caused by motorcycles with modified or non-OEM [original equipment manufacturers] muffler systems.”  MHA John Dinn explained to the committee that the House of Assembly would not be able…

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Notes From the Rafters: 28 September 2020

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We are told that the City “values the input” of the inclusion committee on winter sidewalk clearing… but clearly not their actual quality of life.

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The Snelgrove Cycles: What was Done and What was Lost

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Each trial is its own contained drama, but it is also a link in the chain of our laws.

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Notes From the Rafters: 14 September 2020

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How is the democratic process supposed to work? If we’re cavalier about limiting offline public engagement, we risk de-prioritizing full and fair democracy.

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Notes From the Rafters: Who’s Who in the Race for Ward 2

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With literally nothing of interest to report from this week’s meeting, let’s take this opportunity to gossip about the Ward 2 candidates so far.

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Notes From the Rafters: 17 August 2020

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Council’s first meeting without Hope; the great Car Concert of 2020; finding the proper Werkliv balance; smelly Southlands water; and much more!

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Notes from the Rafters: 4 August 2020

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Hope Jamieson’s final council meeting involved a bit of blood, sweat, and tears—plus a little urine in a cup. Also: sucks to your “property values”!

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Notes from the Rafters: 20 July, 2020

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Council is chafing in the muggy summer heat. Not a few councillors and/or mayors and deputy mayors sounded fed up with the rules of council and each other.

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Notes From the Rafters: 6 July, 2020

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Council is back in socially-distant session at the Bunker, and it’s as glorious as you expected.

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