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September / October 2017 edition

Rural dumping may get worse before better, council hears

Concerns raised by citizens

And so it begins …

Demolition crews started their task at the corner of Main and Elm streets in Grimsby on Monday morning.

Vintage Inns acquires Inn on The Twenty

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow The business anchor of Main Street Jordan – Inn on The Twenty – has been sold. Vintage Inns, which operates many of the finest facilities in the province including Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Prince of Wales, Queen’s Landing and Pillar and Post, is now the owner. The sale price was not disclosed. Len Pennachetti […]

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Johnston still looking for dividend answers

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow While Grimsby Ald. Joanne Johnston is still “uncomfortable” with the Town’s decision not to collect a 2010 dividend from its hydro operation, other members of council say it was never owed. The dividend in question is valued at $122,000. As far back as Fall 2015, Ald. Carolyn Mullins, chair of the […]

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Missed our newsnow September 14 edition?

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Biodigester fumes have neighbours running for their homes and a/c

In the words of classic rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd, “Ooh, that smell! Can you smell that smell?” Depending on wind direction and time of day, Tony Ferrara says his family cannot remain outdoors – whether it be to work in their yard or spend time around the pool at their Thirty Road home – due to […]

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Council stays on extension fence, waits for EA

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow In a 5-3 recorded vote, Grimsby council refused to take a stand on whether or not it supports a Livingston Road extension. After a Public Works Committee meeting last Wednesday, Aug. 16, which had more than 100 packing town hall to standing room only and Monday’s council meeting which had about […]

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Rural dumping may get worse before better, council hears

Concerns raised by citizens

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Posted in FP, News

And so it begins …

Demolition crews started their task at the corner of Main and Elm streets in Grimsby on Monday morning.

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Posted in FP, News

Mike’s rant: Bring back the three-year terms

There has been such focus with Grimsby’s administration to make Grimsby great again, significant issues have been left by the wayside in the wake of huge cost overruns and lack of attention. With the mish-mash adjacent (see page 14 in our August 17 online edition), there was no need to edit or change a word. […]

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Woodlot’s survival in Public Works’ hands

Are the days of Grimsby’s Hunter Road woodlot numbered?

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Soap box racers ready

Beamsville Lions Ken Harrott, president Chris Huskins, Casey Dol, Andy De Vos, and soap box derby chair Gord Gerrie with a club car.

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