Season 1, Episode 17 September 7, 2015

Executive Suites has moved out of the Pelissier Parking Structure, in downtown Windsor.

Welcome to the Labour Day edition of Talkin’ ‘Bout Windsor. Tonight, Robert and Ian continue to look at the excessive costs involved with the proposed new Taj Ma City Hall in Windsor. As well, they toured the downtown and spoke with two business men who extolled the virtue of the core, but warned of problem areas. The hosts checked out the jazz scene in Windsor, the latest job fair, and the problems with Transit Windsor. All that plus In Memoriam.

Segment 1: A new Facebook page has been established after Transit Windsor failed to address, or even acknowledge, issues with the service.

Paul Boyko, Jr.

Paul Boyko, Jr.

Segment 2: Robert and Ian spoke to Paul Boyko Jr and Rocco D’Angelo about the good and he bad about operating a business downtown.

Rocco-D'Angelo

Rocco D’Angelo.

Segment 3: The host of Jazz Vibes on CJAM 99.1 FM joins Robert and Ian in studio to discuss the jazz scene in Windsor.

Segment 4: The hard numbers are raised during a discussion about Windsor’s proposed Taj Ma City Hall and it’s compared to the value for money derived by Essex County Council and the renovations made to their building. The hosts also discuss the size of Helga Reidel’s office, the qualifications of some of the city’s administrators, the down-sizing of city departments and the mystery need for more floor space, and the General Motors chimney demolition.

Segment 5: The latest job fair lands in Windsor, looking to fill 200 positions, but at the end of the first day, only 50 interviews had been conducted of job seekers.

Executive Suites has moved out of the Pelissier Parking Structure, in downtown Windsor.

Executive Suites has moved out of the Pelissier Parking Structure, in downtown Windsor.

Segment 6: In Memoriam: Executive Suites on Pellisier; and Faces on College.