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Shelley Chemnitz appointed as new St. Catharines CAO

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Shelley Chemnitz appointed as new St. Catharines CAO

Lifelong resident and long-term employee Shelley Chemnitz has been appointed as the new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) for the City of St. Catharines. Ms. Chemnitz brings more than two decades of financial, administrative and leadership experience to the role of CAO, previously serving as the Commissioner of Corporate Support Services and City Treasurer and fulfilling […]

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Annual municipal drain open house

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Annual municipal drain open house

The Town of Pelham will hold their annual Municipal Drain Open House on Wednesday, November 8, 2017. Scheduled for 4-6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Pelham Town Hall, the open house will provide residents an opportunity to learn more about municipal drains and their maintenance. “There are a number of Municipal Drains in the […]

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Welland Remembers Service and Sacrifice

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Welland Remembers Service and Sacrifice

The Mayor’s Report with Welland Mayor Frank Campion By Mayor Frank Campion – Canada is known for being a peaceful country and home to nearly 37 million very polite residents. Since the 1950’s Canada has been pro-active with peacekeeping missions, which has given this country a global reputation as a contributor to international peace, security, […]

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Random act of kindness brings free downtown parking

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Random act of kindness brings free downtown parking

Welland City Council is paying it forward with Random Act of Kindness Day (RAKD) this Friday, November 3, 2017. Council would like RAKD to be a city-wide celebration of kindness and compassion by promoting a “pay it forward” movement throughout the City. This is the second consecutive year that Council has recognized Random Act of […]

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Protect your home from Carbon Monoxide

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Protect your home from Carbon Monoxide

If cooler temperatures have you thinking about firing up the furnace to keep your family warm and cozy, Acting Fire Chief Jeff McCormick advises you to first protect your home from the dangers of carbon monoxide. Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week runs from Nov. 1-7 and the acting fire chief said there’s no better way for […]

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Take care when hiking at Decew Falls

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Take care when hiking at Decew Falls

Visitors to Decew Falls are advised to follow the instructions on newly posted signs and stay on the marked trails. Decew Falls and the nearby Morningstar Mill heritage site are popular destinations for hiking. Newly posted signs in the area warn that the gorge embankment is dangerous. Hikers should not climb or hike down to […]

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