I fought to keep the Seminole Branch open, arguing that it’s an important part of the Ward 5 neighbourhood. “I’m so happy to see it will stay and that the community will continue to enjoy their library.”
Over $36.0 million invested in Ward 5 over the last 8 years for
roads, sewers and sidewalks representing the largest amount of the entire City of Windsor budget spent on infrastructure.
Coun. Ed Sleiman should be returned without reservation in Ward 5… the engineer and former union pipefitting trainer has worked hard and takes the side of ordinary taxpayers when he votes, rather than the special interests. .....Windsor Star Sept. 23, 2014
We have been spending record amounts on infrastructure in Windsor, while greatly reducing our debt, and increasing our reserves. This gives us the ability to now pay as we go for most projects without having to borrow money. We must continue that path.
Ed is committed to creating new business opportunities for Ward 5, and continuing the neighbourhood revitalization that Ward 5 has experienced.