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Thursday, December 1, 2016

Got a Question for the Mayor? #AskMayorCam on Open Sources Guelph

Last year, Open Sources Guelph hosted Guelph Mayor Cam Guthrie for a full-hour of discussion after only just six months since his 2014 election to head of the Royal City’s government. It was a tremendous success, and it was thanks i to you, our beloved audience, who gave us such great questions to ask the mayor live on air. So in the grand Hollywood tradition of doing things so right the first time that we have to do it again for a second, get ready for #AskMayorCam Part 2: Electric Boogaloo!
As you heard on the show, and we assume you listen to the show, Mayor Guthrie will be live in studio for the entire hour on Thursday December 15 at 5 pm to talk about various Guelph issues. By then the 2017 budget will have been completed, but there’s a whole year’s worth of other issues to consider: water, development, transit, governance, hydro, and more. So what do you want to ask the mayor?
If you want to take part in #AskMayorCam, you can get in touch with your congenial hosts at adamadonaldon [at] gmail [dot] com, or scottyhertz [at] bell [net]. You are also free to scroll down and post your question in the comment section below. You can also post to our Facebook page by clicking here, or you can post to our Twitter feed, which can be found here. If you do use Twitter, feel free to use the hashtag #AskMayorCam so that we can have an easy time finding your question in our torrent of Twitter correspondence.
Once you’ve submitted your question, listen to the show on December 15 and hear Mayor Guthrie’s answer, and if you feel so inclined you can listen to Open Sources Guelph this and every week on CFRU 93.3 fm or cfru.ca.

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