Wendy’s Vision for our Community

Over the past four years, we have worked together to build a stronger community. Carleton Place is where we live, work, play and grow. You have shared your ideas for our community with me. My vision for Carleton Place reflects your vision and I call it

Community First

When we put Community First, Carleton Place will be
  • Town HallA safe, family-oriented community that meets the needs of all ages, with affordable housing, services and property taxes.
  • A friendly community where small-town values continue to be important to those who live here.
  • A healthy community of people who value recreation and an active
  • A green community where the Mississippi River mirrors the health and well-being of the Town.
  • A vibrant community where small business is valued and the economy grows alongside our shops, services, and institutions.
  • A forward-thinking community with long-term planning for sustainable growth and economic development.
Your ideas and your choices have created this vision. Together we can move Carleton Place towards a strong, bright future by putting Community First.

Campaign Kick-Off

Join Wendy and her supporters at St. James Parish Hall, 225 Edmund Street at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 17 at her Re-Election Campaign Kick-Off.  Refreshments, entertainment and a short speech!Mayor Wendy LeBlanc

Where’s Wendy? September 2014

Correct as of September 1, 2014 Monday, September 1 – Enjoy the Labour Day holiday! Tuesday, September 2 – 9:00 – Tourism Committee meeting; 7:00 – Committee and Council meetings, Town Hall Wednesday, September 3 – 9:30 – Lanark County Police Services Boards Meeting; 4:00 – Recreational pathways Open House, Carambeck Thursday, September 4 – 1:00 – Meeting re new OPP billing model, Smiths Falls; 7:00 – Election Candidates Information Evening, Council Chambers Friday, September 5 – 10:00 – Grand opening Herbal One Saturday, September 6 – Morning – Attending Farmers’ Market at Market Square; 2:00 – Sister  City/CP Canadians Tailgate Party; 6:00 – Attending OWFC Steak-Out event Sunday, September  7 – 8:00 – Attending service at St. James Anglican Church; 9:30 – Volunteering at Lanark County Harvest Festival Monday, September 8 – All day –b Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament Tuesday, September 9 –8:15 – Bring greetings to Lanark County Truck Rodeo; Remainder of Day - Attending OEMC conference in Kingston Wednesday, September 10 – Attending OEMC conference in Kingston Thursday, September 11 – Morning - Attending OEMC conference in Kingston Friday, September 12 – 10:30 – Meeting with LL&G Health Unit rep; 2:00 – Deadline for nominations to Council Saturday, September 13 – Morning – Attending Farmers’ Market at Market Square; All day – Dragon Boat Festival at Canoe Club Sunday, September  14 -10:00 – Attending service at St. James Anglican Church; Afternoon – Modelling at Green Counter Boutique for CPDMH fundraiser Monday, September 15 – 5:00 – Downtown Initiatives Committee meeting Tuesday, September 16 – 7:00 – Council Committee meetings, Town Hall Wednesday, September 17 – 5:00 – County Council Committee meetings Friday, September 19– Celebrating our daughter Sarah’s 30th birthday! Saturday, September 20– Morning – Attending Farmers’ Market at Market Square; 6:00 – Attending Little Black Dress event, Arena Sunday, September  21 -10:00 – Attending service at St. James Anglican Church Tuesday, September 2 3–7:00 – Council Committee meetings, Town Hall Wednesday, September 24 – 5:00 – County Council meetings Friday, September 26 – Afternoon – Decorating for Sister City Gala Ball Saturday, September 27 – Morning – Attending Farmers’ Market at Market Square; 9:00 – Speaking at Brett Pearson Run for Your Life event; 6:00 – Attending Sister City Gala Ball Sunday, September 28 -10:00 – Attending service at St. James Anglican Church Tuesday, September 30 – 7:00 – Council and Committee meetings, Town Hall