In the Media

Tourism, The Arts, And Festivals Bring Investment And Build Community Pride

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2018 NORTH BAY – The impact on our local economy from tourism, the arts and festivals is important and growth in these areas has to part of any serious plan moving forward, according to Al McDonald. “Summer in the Park has run it’s course, just as the Heritage Festival…

Investing In Infrastructure – Planning For Growth

NORTH BAY – Al McDonald said today, “I’m doubling down on infrastructure.” McDonald contends that investments in infrastructure are an important part of the plan for long term sustainability, growth and development. “If we don’t maintain our pace of infrastructure renewal and investment, we won’t be ready for development opportunities.” said McDonald. According to McDonald…

Marshall Park Extension And Redeveloped Lakeshore Drive To Spur West Ferris Investment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2018 NORTH BAY – Mayor Al McDonald said today the best way to increase commercial, industrial and retail investment in West Ferris is for the city to invest in the infrastructure needed to make West Ferris more accessible. “West Ferris has seen considerable new home builds and multi residential…

Downtown Campus – Public Library – Year Round Farmer’s Market – And Business Incubator A Plan For Growth

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 NORTH BAY – “It’s all about growing our city”, said Al McDonald today as he released of the second plank in his platform. “Today I am announcing my plan for a new, and significant, downtown development,” said McDonald. McDonald’s plan is for a development that will bring over…

Modernizing And Changing The Way Council Works

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 NORTH BAY – Mayor Al McDonald said today that modernizing council and changing the way council works will go a long way to ensuring the next four years are spent growing North Bay rather than discussing and delaying issues and referring them to committee. McDonald noted his frustration…