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Starting public engagement about Pelham Community Centre

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Starting public engagement about Pelham Community Centre

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – Over the last number of years, Pelham Council has diligently scrutinized and prepared for a potential Community Centre. Starting next week, final designs, cost estimates, and financing options will be available to Council and the community. In late-2012, Council directed staff to […]

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“Three-Peat” Freeze & Best in Niagara

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“Three-Peat” Freeze & Best in Niagara

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – I am thrilled that Council is set to approve another freeze on our residential and commercial water and waste water rates. Because of ongoing efficiencies and innovations, the Town will absorb the Region’s 3.2% water rate increase and 1.8% waste water increase. […]

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Provincial Budget Good News for Niagara & Pelham

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Provincial Budget Good News for Niagara & Pelham

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn -There was lots of excitement across Niagara and in Pelham last week following the release of the 2016 Provincial Budget. First, in their Budget, released last Thursday, the Provincial Government committed to extending GO Rail service to Niagara. After submitting our formal […]

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Welland Top 10 business friendly places

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Welland Top 10 business friendly places

The Mayors Report with Welland Mayor Frank Campion By Welland Mayor Frank Campion – According to PROFITguide.com, Welland Ontario is ranked one of the top 10 business friendly places in Canada for 2015. The small town atmosphere has grown some big-city thinking when it comes to recruiting the industrial and business communities. Not only has […]

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2016 Pelham Operating Budget Approved

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2016 Pelham Operating Budget Approved

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn – Council recently approved the Town’s 2016 Operating Budget. The new budget translates into an increase of approximately 7.8% (or $107.44) on the Pelham portion of your property tax bill for the average residential property (assessed at $309,200). Since Pelham’s portion of […]

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Port Colborne bridge repair updates

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Port Colborne bridge repair updates

The Mayor’s Report: With Port Colborne Mayor John Maloney By Mayor John Maloney – I wanted to share a quick update on the status of the bridge work impacting Main Street in Port Colborne, namely the resurfacing of the Weir 8 Bridge, and the repairs underway to the Jack-knife Bridge (19). The repairs to the […]

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