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Thursday, May 23, 2024
NOTL updates

Cannery park

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is looking for public input into the design of the new park in the Cannery subdivision in St. Davids.

A public consultation will be held Aug. 16 at the St. Davids Lions Hall on York Road, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

A landscape architect has been hired and will be at the meeting to gather input from community residents on their vision of the park.

For more information contact Kevin Turcotte, manager of parks and recreation, at 905-468-3266 ext. 263 or kturcotte@notl.org.

William Street

A public meeting will be held Monday, Aug. 13 in the council chamber, beginning at 6:30 p.m., to get public input on a rezoning application for up to six lots.

The development area is east of Circle Street, with land to be zoned established residential with site-specific provisions pertaining to lot frontage and lot depth, to build single, detached homes.

For more information about the future development of that property contact planner Jesse Auspitz at 905-468-3061 ext. 258 or email at jauspitz@notl.org.

Burning ban lifted

The temporary open-air burn ban that was recently issued has been lifted by the fire chief due to recent rain and the favourable weather forecast.

All open-air burning may resume, however, it must be conducted in accordance with the guideline available on the town's website at notl.org.

For more information, please contact: Rob Grimwood, Fire Chief rgrimwood@notl.org, 905-468-3266.

Sports Wall of Fame

On Thursday, Aug. 23 at 6 p.m. a ceremony will be held to unveil this year’s inductee to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Sports Wall of Fame.

The committee has selected Bob Hunter, who is being inducted into the ‘builder’ category for his volunteer work for Niagara-on-theLake sports, over an extended period of time. The reception and ceremony will take place in the lobby of the Meridian Credit Union Arena and the event is open to the public. Hunter who has always optimized citizenship and good family values, is being recognized for his dedication to Niagara minor hockey as a coach, director and president, and in particular to an understanding and appreciation of sportsmanship and the ‘un of the game. 

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