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Monday, February 26, 2024
Evan Loree
Local Journalism Initiative Reporter - Niagara Now

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Town begins search for new chief administrator

The Town of NOTL is looking for a new Jack Sparrow to captain its ship. Right now, Bruce Zvaniga has the helm as Niagara-on-the-Lake’s chief administrative officer. However, his role is temporary, meant

History buffs gawk at notable Fort George hoard

The Navy Hall was a veritable dragon’s hoard of historical treasure Friday morning. Site supervisor Dan Laroche shared 27 historical artifacts with almost 30 visitors who attended the latest in a series of

389-home subdivision nears approval on Con. 7

A proposed subdivision on the outskirts of Glendale is one step closer to becoming a reality. Niagara-on-the-Lake council rubber-stamped Modero Estates, a development proposal for 389 housing units, at a meeting Feb. 13.

Town approves $10.2M for capital projects

The town has approved a $10.2-million capital budget for 2024. The decision came at the end of two meetings held back to back at the Niagara-on-the-Lake town hall on Tuesday night.  The $10.2-million

Council rejects King Street proposal

Council has chosen to fight, not settle.  Niagara-on-the-Lake’s elected officials have voted to combat a developer’s project application at an upcoming legal hearing, despite town staff recommending they settle.  “I think that this

Council OKs 12 homes at Tawny Ridge, rejects townhouses

Niagara-on-the-Lake councillors want to keep St. Davids small. After residents campaigned against a mixed residential develoment proposal in St. Davids, council on Tuesday night approved a low-density portion of the Tawny Ridge project

Tawny Ridge project one step from town approval

Tawny Ridge project one step from town approval A major development proposal for St. Davids is close to receiving final council approval but neighbours remain dissatisfied with the subdivision plan. Residents came to

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