There’s a new community police officer on duty in Stittsville. Constable Phong Le (pictured above, photo by Barry Gray) has taken over the position from Constable Lori Fahey. Reporter Victoria Klassen talked to him recently about his background and role in the community.
The more that residents report safety concerns in Stittsville, the more resources police will allocate to the area.
That’s one of the messages from Wednesday night’s community crime and safety discussion hosted by Councillor Shad Qadri.
Only three Stittsville residents attended the discussion at the Goulbourn Recreation Complex that included the new community police officer, Constable Phong Le and Neighbourhood Watch volunteer Victor McNabney. Continue reading
(via Councillor Shad Qadri’s weekly newsletter)
We are fortunate to live in the great community of Stittsville which provides residents with a safe community to live, work and play. However, there do continue to be incidents of vandalism and petty crime which are very upsetting to residents and creates an negative environment in the place we call home. Continue reading
Updates on stories we’ve been watching over the past few weeks…
GOULBOURN REC CENTRE POOL
The GRC pool re-opened in June after extensive repairs to fix structural deficiencies. We were wondering about the status of potential legal action by the City to recoup the repair costs. Here’s a response, from an email attributed to City Solicitor Rick O’Connor:
“In accordance with the request made by the Ward Councillor that Legal Services report back to the Finance and Economic Development Committee on potential legal action involving the remediation of the Goulbourn Recreation Complex, the City Clerk and Solicitor has engaged an external legal review and it is anticipated that the results of that review will be presented to the Committee as part of the semi-annual Comprehensive Legal Services Report for the June 2015-December 2015 period, in early 2016.”