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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

Cambridge won't support call to dissolve Ontario Land Tribunal

Cambridge won't support call to dissolve Ontario Land Tribunal

'Really what it comes down to is we need to have our decisions reflect the will of the community'
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
City will ask region to offer free transit rides on election day

City will ask region to offer free transit rides on election day

Coun. Scott Hamilton's motion for free election day transit gets unanimous support of council
Neighbours divided on what city should do about Flag Raiders

Neighbours divided on what city should do about Flag Raiders

Public meeting on proposal to grant paintball business a temporary use permit hears from dozens of delegates
'Exceptionally high' construction costs straining city budgets

'Exceptionally high' construction costs straining city budgets

Lower priority projects may have to be deferred if inflation, lack of tender bids continue to have an impact, warns staff
Blackbridge Road land expropriation to cost up to $1.38 million

Blackbridge Road land expropriation to cost up to $1.38 million

Property acquisition will allow the city to build a parking lot, canoe launch and multi-use trail access on Blackbridge Road
City wants to purchase vacant former bank building in Preston

City wants to purchase vacant former bank building in Preston

Staff say the property, adjacent to Central Park, could accommodate multiple uses as a cultural event space
Emergency repairs to damaged bridge 42 per cent over budget

Emergency repairs to damaged bridge 42 per cent over budget

A semi-tractor trailer rammed into the century-old steel truss bridge on Blackbridge Road last November
Region could consider adding noise walls to all four-lane regional roads

Region could consider adding noise walls to all four-lane regional roads

'I think we should look at a plan on how to put noise attenuation walls at taxpayers’ expense along regional roads'
Cambridge Chamber grills local provincial candidates ahead of election call

Cambridge Chamber grills local provincial candidates ahead of election call

The Cambridge Chamber of Commerce hosted a breakfast "Chamber chat" on April 27 with the five provincial candidates in the Cambridge riding.