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Fort Erie Hires Jeremy Inglis as New Deputy Fire Chief

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Fort Erie Hires Jeremy Inglis as New Deputy Fire Chief

On July 17, 2017, the Town of Fort Erie will welcome its new Deputy Fire Chief Jeremy Inglis. With almost a decade of experience as an active firefighter and training officer, Inglis will be a great addition to the Fort Erie Fire and Emergency Services team. “When we started the candidate search, we were looking […]

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Fonthill East development progressing

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Fonthill East development progressing

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – Over the last two Wednesdays I presented updates about the developments in Fonthill East to residents of the senior’s apartments on Pelham Town Square. I thought I would share some of those updates here with you now. Summersides Boulevard: In this year’s […]

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Envisioning Fenwick: East Fenwick Secondary Plan Study – Visioning Workshop

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Envisioning Fenwick: East Fenwick Secondary Plan Study – Visioning Workshop

Join the Visioning Workshop session with Town staff and consultants to learn about the study and to provide input on the framework of community design ideas that will shape future development. The Visioning Workshop session introduces the study’s objectives, the consultant team’s initial area analysis, and important community design and sustainability principles guiding the development […]

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Community co-design planned for Pelham Arena site

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Community co-design planned for Pelham Arena site

Pelham residents are being encouraged to reimagine the Pelham Arena site on Haist Street, and to share their ideas at the upcoming community co-design workshops on June 26 & 27, 2017. With construction of the new community centre, and its taking over of the main arena facilities, the Haist Street arena will be decommissioned; the […]

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Shelley Chemnitz named Acting CAO for St. Catharines

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Shelley Chemnitz named Acting CAO for St. Catharines

City Council has appointed Shelley Chemnitz, currently the City’s Commissioner of Corporate Services, to the role of Acting CAO. Ms. Chemnitz has worked in a number of leadership roles during her two decade career with the City, and brings financial, administrative and senior management experience to the Acting CAO role. Ms. Chemnitz will assume the […]

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Ontario taking major step forward to electrify the GO rail network

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Ontario taking major step forward to electrify the GO rail network

This post was originally published on this siteElectrification will support faster and more frequent service for commuters and families Ontario is transforming how people get around in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area and taking a major step forward to electrify the GO rail network, which will support faster and more frequent service for commuters […]

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