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Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Penny Coles

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Glendale to take new look at old issues

The Glendale Task Force has been disbanded, but will begin again with a new look at old issues once it is established by council. Steven Hardaker has applied to be part of the

St. Davids has wish list for new council

St. Davids residents are preparing their wish list for the new council, with safety at the top of it. Greg Dell, president of the ratepayers’ association representing the village, says candidates made all

Cameron gearing up for council

Clare Cameron might be the only person in town surprised she earned the title of deputy lord mayor in her first run at council. On election day, she and her husband stayed home,

Neighbours oppose Circle Street rezoning

Chautauqua residents are up in arms over a proposal to rezone a Circle Street property and sever a lot for a large house they believe will endanger a mature tree and spoil the streetscape of

Editorial: Trees can be protected

All last and this week, trees, mostly healthy, some very old, were removed to make way for what is expected to be a subdivision. There has been no application for a subdivision made

Tree removal within property owner’s rights

The many concerned residents asking why Niagara-on-the-Lake Town staff have not stopped extensive tree-cutting now have the answer, but it's not what they were hoping to hear. The removal of trees from John

Rotary rocks at Queen’s Royal Park

On a sunny autumn Tuesday morning, with one of the most beautiful views in the country as a backdrop, the Rotary Club of Niagara-on-the-Lake celebrated its 25th anniversary gift to the town —

Future looking good for Dan Turner

Once you've campaigned to be lord mayor of Niagara-on-the-Lake at the age of 23, what comes next? Dan Turner hasn't quite made up his mind, but not surprisingly, the confident and articulate young

Darte’s community involvement to continue

Pat Darte began his career in the family funeral home, where his job entailed helping people in their grief, sometimes sharing what would be the worst time in their lives while they coped with tragedies

Disero ready to hit the ground running

Change was what the voters wanted in Niagara-on-the-Lake, and change was what they got — there will be a new look in the council chamber when meetings resume in December. Betty Disero will lead seven new

Regional candidates talk business

As a Regional candidate Dave Lepp reminds voters every chance he gets that of the four candidates hoping for a seat at the Regional council table, only one will be elected. Lepp has spoken

Mayoral candidates get down to business

At the Niagara-on-the-Lake Chamber of Commerce candidates meeting Thursday, the three people hoping to lead the community during the next term of council were asked just one question, which they were given in advance —

NOTL cycling map given to police chief

It's been a little more than a month since the Town's first bicycle and pedestrian safety map was released, and it's almost sold out already. The map was a project undertaken by the

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