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Happy Canada Day, Pelham!

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Happy Canada Day, Pelham!

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn Canada Day 2016 in Pelham is our opportunity to gather with family and friends and to proudly celebrate all it means to be Canadian and to live in our great community. This year, volunteers have worked with Town Staff and sponsors to put together a fabulous celebration! […]

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Pelham Issues Open Air Burning Ban

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Pelham Issues Open Air Burning Ban

Effective immediately, the Town of Pelham has issued a ban on all open air burning until further notice due to prolonged hot and dry weather. Pelham Fire Chief Bob Lymburner called for the open air burning ban because recent hot and dry weather has increased the risk of a fire burning out of control by […]

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Maple Acre Library Renovation Starts

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Maple Acre Library Renovation Starts

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – It was great to start this week by ceremoniously beginning the renovation and revitalization of the Maple Acre Library in Downtown Fenwick. I was pleased not only because members of the Advisory Committee, the Pelham Library Board, Friends of Maple Acre Library, […]

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Town of Pelham Council Highlights for June 6, 2016

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Town of Pelham Council Highlights for June 6, 2016
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Pelham Council Highlights May 16/2016

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Pelham Council Highlights May 16/2016
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Town of Pelham aims to be employer of choice

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Town of Pelham aims to be employer of choice

In a progressive move, Council approved an innovative human resources policy to help retain quality leadership talent and position the Town as an employer of choice. As the Town grows, the business of running the Town continues to become increasingly more complex and time consuming. Council therefore approved modifying the current manager compensation program (relating […]

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