Source: Windsor Star Online January 26th 2017
Windsor may soon turn more cosmopolitan, with the likes of a distillery district, a historical village or a Chinatown.
City council on Monday approved $250,000 for “districting — themes and identity” as part of its enhanced capital budget. Councillors also voted to provide $850,000 for a roundabout and sign for Olde Sandwich Towne, and $1 million for banners and improved lighting on Wyandotte Street East to highlight a new vision called Windsor’s World Marketplace, spanning Wards 3 and 4.
It’s all part of an effort to jazz up certain districts, similar to what is done in large cities like Toronto’s Chinatown or Little Italy.
“It would make it a cool experience in the city to identify the…