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Nando Iannicca was first elected to City and Regional Council in 1988 and was the first politician in the history of the City of Mississauga to represent the community where he was born and raised.
The most recent election also makes this “Native Son of Ward 7” the longest serving member of City and Regional Council. After graduating from Cawthra Park Secondary School Councillor Iannicca spent seven years in university obtaining degrees in political science, journalism, and economics.
The purpose of the Vison Cooksville project is to develop a long-range community plan for Downtown Cooksville. This plan should define a social, economic and cultural vision that revitalizes the Cooksville corners and the area within the boundaries of the CP Railway, south to King Street, east to Camilla Road and Kirwin Avenue, and west to Confederation Parkway. We will engage with local residents, businesses and property owners and key stakeholders to gain their input in creating a long-range community vision for Cooksville.
The Region of Peel is building a new large section of sanitary trunk sewer along the following streets: Camilla Road, north of the North Service Road, Sherobee Road, Hurontario Street and Queensway West.
The purpose of this sewer is to provide additional capacity for the new development in the Square One area and future growth along the Hurontario Corridor.
If you own property in Mississauga, a new Stormwater charge will appear on your Region of Peel water bill beginning in 2016. The charge is a dedicated source of funding to keep the City’s Stormwater system in good working order and to avoid costly repairs in the future.
Currently, Stormwater is funded through the property tax and as a result, residential properties are paying a higher percentage (69 per cent) for Stormwater than non-residential properties (31 per cent). This is because property taxes are based on land value.
Managing Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) has been a challenge for the City of Mississauga and many other cities across the Greater Toronto Area. It has infested and killed Ash trees in Ontario, Quebec and throughout the United States. EAB was first detected in 2008 and by 2012 was confirmed in all wards within the City.
The Region has carefully measured the benefits of moving to cart-based, bi-weekly collection.
Benefits to you:
• carts are easier to wheel to the curb
• carts prevent blowing litter to keep your neighbourhood clean
• carts are pest-resistant
• continued weekly green bin collection
I am delighted to present my Fall/Winter Newsletter and begin by thanking all of you for allowing me the privilege of working for you at City Hall and the Region of Peel. In many ways this Council represents the most dramatic change in decades with three new Mayors in the Region of Peel, a new Regional Chair, and almost half the Council being elected for the first time.
Nando Iannicca was first elected to City and Regional Council in 1988 and was the first politician in the history of the City of Mississauga to represent the community where he was born and raised. The most recent election also makes this “Native Son of Ward 7” the longest serving member of City and Regional Council.
After graduating from Cawthra Park Secondary School Councillor Iannicca spent seven years in university obtaining degrees in political science, journalism, and economics. He completed the Canadian Securities Course and spent the first two years of his career serving as an Investment Executive with a Bay Street firm prior to becoming the Ward 7 Councillor.
Nando is also fluent in French and Italian. In almost three decades of public service Councillor Iannicca has served on almost every board and committee including the Police Services Board, the Mississauga Hospital Foundation, the Enersource Hydro Board, Mississauga Symphony, Peel Non-Profit Housing, and many others. He is also the proud recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
Award for 25 years of volunteer service on such agencies as the Trillium Hospital Foundation, Red Cross, Mississauga Symphony and the Mississauga Food Bank. Nando and his wife Ann Marie are the proud parents of sons Damian and Francis and the family makes their home in the Huron Park community. December 2014
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