First impressions are important
As I return to Windsor/ LaSalle by way of the Ambassador Bridge (whose maintenance history is not reassuring), I exit the bridge and travel onto Huron Church from College to Tecumseh Road.
And I notice the poor condition of the road. It is a quilt of cracks and bumpy patches and unsightly pavement. The elevated median is broken and unsightly, and in disrepair, with any planted flowers long gone. This is the impression that a visitor to Windsor is presented with after crossing the Ambassador Bridge. I think we can and should do better.
I applaud the mayor in prioritizing the infrastructure of the city, to make it work and look better. I would also point out the metal railings along our beautiful waterfront, which are badly in need of a coat of paint.
It is in attention to essential details that show that a city is well managed and cared for that add to people’s pride of their community. John Frattolin, LaSalle