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“Dual Duty”: A Less Democratic, Out-of-Date Approach

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“Dual Duty”: A Less Democratic, Out-of-Date Approach

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – Do you think we should elect more full-time politicians in Niagara? Should it be harder for people to represent the views of their neighbours? Or, should anyone be able to serve part-time on local Council and offer their experiences from a job […]

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More 2017 Community Investments

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More 2017 Community Investments

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn Last week, I wrote about some roads, bridges and sidewalk improvements in Pelham’s nearly $11 million 2017 Capital Budget. Here are some other improvements: Fire Service: Each year we continue to invest in bunker gear and replacement pagers for our dedicated Firefighters. We also reserved funds in […]

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2017 Road, Bridges, Sidewalk Improvements

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2017 Road, Bridges, Sidewalk Improvements

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – During our last meeting in December, Council approved the Town’s 2017 Capital Budget. The nearly $11 million budget includes many continued improvements to Town infrastructure. Summersides Boulevard: Council re-approved the construction of a new street linking Downtown Fonthill (by extending Pelham Town […]

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A Glimpse at Change: Welland Moving Forward

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A Glimpse at Change: Welland Moving Forward

The Mayor’s Report with Welland Mayor Frank Campion By Mayor Frank Campion – January has always been a time for new beginnings, and a time to embrace new developments. Now that Council has passed the City’s 2017 Budget, we can look forward to renewing City infrastructure and capitalizing on strategic economic development initiatives while continuing […]

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A Year in Review and A Year Yet to Come

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A Year in Review and A Year Yet to Come

The Mayor’s Report with Port Colborne Mayor John Maloney By Mayor John Maloney – 2016 was a very busy year in the City of Port Colborne. Both industrial and residential development have been expanding helping to grow our assessment and provide additional tax revenue. City Council has been very proactive in maintaining our core infrastructure […]

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From a year of change to a year of exciting opportunities

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From a year of change to a year of exciting opportunities

The Mayor’s Report with Wainfleet Mayor April Jeffs By Mayor April Jeffs – As 2016 draws to a close, I am pleased to take this opportunity to share some the highlights from this past year and my thoughts as I look ahead to the new year. As many of you know, 2016 has been a […]

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