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Winston Road reader gives up: moving away

Dear Editor, Since moving to Grimsby with the thought of retiring here I have always read your editorial. I read with interest all your comments about the  Grimsby council and the new Winston Road development. I have been a part of many public meetings over the Waterview apartments, the owner wanting nine stories and now […]

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West Lincoln MURS — Letters to the Editor (3)

The following 3 Letters to the Editor appeared in newsnow: West Lincoln MURS needs “breathing room” in budget: reader Dear Editor, Controversy has been swirling around Mayor Joyner’s MURS since NewsNow’s recent coverage of West Lincoln council revealed some serious issues. Several residents wrote to your paper and to NewsNow to state that many in […]

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ARC meetings should start later and be complete: reader

Dear Editor, I note that the ARC meetings for West Niagara have been scheduled. I also note that the ISR, senior staff recommendations and rationale, and School Information Profile Reports will only be reviewed in detail at the first meeting which is scheduled for Smithville District High School. I consider this a disservice to the […]

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Mike’s Rant — Consider yourself slapped, Grimsby!

I am going to reach out – please picture this, good reader – and collectively slap every resident of Grimsby right now. Did you feel it? I certainly hope so because you people need to wake the heck up before you find a big “closed due to bankruptcy” sign on Grimsby town hall. Yes, on […]

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Proposed hydro re-alignment gives taxpayer short end of stick: reader

Dear Editor, On Monday, during the dog days of summer, Grimsby’s finance committee quietly convened to take care of some issues that have been plaguing the Town. First order of business is to further stack the deck of having more councillors on the six hydro boards. This is the same council that allows a direct […]

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Questions remain for Finance attendee

Dear Editor, I sent a draft of this note to Finance and Administration Chair Carolyn Mullins also. Last evening I attended the A&F meeting and left with a thousand unanswered questions. The concerns I have are the following: Why was the date of the letter from Borden Ladner Gervais blanked out? How can you legally […]

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Seriously? Grimsby Grudge Match?

You’ve heard of the Punch up at Piestany? Well, we now have the Grimsby Grudge Match. Now this is not on the same scale as our Junior boys kicking some Ruskie butt at the World Juniors in 1987, but it was every bit as shocking for the “spectators” on Main Street Grimsby bright and early […]

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Posted in Mike's Column, Opinion

Former alderman raises biodigester concerns

Letter to the Editor Dear Editor, As a former long-term alderman and chair of Finance, I have become troubled by the bio-digester fiasco that has erupted. While this $4.5 million project has not garnered near the public scrutiny it deserves from both financial as well as environmental perspectives, it has become incumbent upon me to […]

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Resident says GBF stairway leads to neighbourhood unrest

Letter to the Editor Dear Editor, I should thank the GBF for bringing our neighbourhood closer together. It is surprising how much can be accomplished when people work together towards the same goal. Then again, you are masters of that. We discovered that the GBF wasn’t a good neighbour after all. You chose to close […]

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Writer: Town doesn’t start at John Street, Beamsville

Dear Editor, Why is the Town of Lincoln still supporting a developer wanting to build a Tim Hortons drive-thru at the southwest corner of Ontario and John streets intersection in Beamsville? The Town’s own Committee of Adjustment rejected the application back in March 2013. And then in January 2014, the OMB vice-chair, Steven Stefanko, sent […]

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