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Take a stroll and explore your municipality. Did you know that Chatham-Kent is home to 58 trails? Under the Chatham-Kent Trails Council and the Municipalities jurisdiction, there are another 10+ trails throughout the Municipality that are managed by the Conservation Authority and Provincial Parks. We spoke with Genevieve Champagne Coordinator, Active Transportation & Special Events with the Municipality about the work that goes into maintaining all of our beautiful trails. For more information visit /chathamkenttrails.ca/
Regular Agenda Meeting
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Marlee Robinson chats with Mike Blazek about his portion of the exhibit, Landscape in Flux at the Thames Art Gallery. Mike Blazek was born in Czechoslovakia and travelled extensively before making Chatham-Kent his home. Blazek's practice engages time through his investigations of the in-between. Using an in-camera technique to layer and abstract his subject, Blazek physically moves the camera during exposure.
Marlee Robinson sat down with Scott Taylor to talk about his portion of the exhibit at the Thames Art Gallery, Landscape in Flux. Scott Taylor is a cartographer by training and a world traveller. Taylor's relationship to the landscape is wrapped in the slow passage of time. He approaches his subject with quiet observation.
We sometimes forget the rules of the road when we get our license. We chat with Constable Jason Herder, Traffic Management Unit with the Chatham-Kent Police about some of the things he sees on the road.
We had a chat with Constable Renee Cowell, Public Information Officer for the Chatham-Kent Police Services on how we can avoid frauds and prevent property theft.
The Kent Federation of Agriculture (KFA) worked its food donation magic again. With the COVID-19 pandemic leading to restrictions in the ability to gather in numbers, Mary Anne Udvari, spokesperson for the KFA, said the celebration took place once again at the Salvation Army Church on Orangewood Boulevard in Chatham , as it has in the past, but with fewer numbers. That didn’t stop the donations of food for Outreach for Hunger and Salvation Army food banks from rolling in. “We were able to go about this because we are considered an essential service and we are providing assistance to the vulnerable in our community,” she said. Lots of great food grow in CK and the KFA were proud to give back to those in need.
Regular Agenda Meeting
Regular/Planning Agenda Meeting
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