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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

Decision on Clover Avenue townhouse project deferred to March 28

Decision on Clover Avenue townhouse project deferred to March 28

'If you're going to agree to this proposal, change the name of Clover Ave., because it's not going to be Clover Ave. anymore'
Neighbours upset over townhouse concept for west Galt property

Neighbours upset over townhouse concept for west Galt property

Neighbours of a severed property in historic west Galt want prospective developers to know that any proposal for medium density housing won't come without a fight
Holly Trail sign goes up, ending Puslinch's Swastika Trail saga

Holly Trail sign goes up, ending Puslinch's Swastika Trail saga

Swastika Trail has been erased from sight as Puslinch Lake neighbours celebrate what many say was a long time coming
Region may consider free transit rides for children and seniors

Region may consider free transit rides for children and seniors

The Waterloo Region Age Friendly Network's pitch for a one-year pilot project resonates with council
Cambridge Memorial Hospital disables online clock as wait times rise

Cambridge Memorial Hospital disables online clock as wait times rise

Average time spent in emergency once admitted to hospital was 31 hours in November
Two development concepts come with $3.5M west Galt property

Two development concepts come with $3.5M west Galt property

Realtor calls the 2.2 acre property in west Galt a 'prime infill development opportunity'
City has goal to 'boost community spirit' with 50th anniversary

City has goal to 'boost community spirit' with 50th anniversary

Inflation adds up to $24M to projected cost of sports complex

Inflation adds up to $24M to projected cost of sports complex

Councillors get a cautionary update on preliminary design costs which have ballooned from $83.5M budget target
Habitat project on Shantz Hill raises concerns over traffic, parking

Habitat project on Shantz Hill raises concerns over traffic, parking

30 parking spots for 24 units not enough warns representative from Preston Heights Housing Cooperative
City says additional public parking not warranted in Hespeler

City says additional public parking not warranted in Hespeler

Study determined there is enough existing parking supply to satisfy demand until at least 2029 under the highest growth rate scenario