11 - The first update to New Tecumseth's Water Master
Plan since 2007, gets its first public view tonight at a public
information centre (PIC) from 5:30 to 8 pm at the council chambers in
11 - Proposed changes by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care that
would consolidate control of the various health care service delivery
agencies under the expanded roles of Local Health Integration Networks
(LHINs) exposes an "anomaly" in New Tecumseth.
10 - A male who showed up in a courtroom yesterday in
relation to a speeding ticket issued on July 10, 2015 by a Nottawasaga
OPP traffic unit, provided the presiding justice a phony name and
announced he was there representing his "friend," the alleged speeder,
who could not attend his court date because of the flu.
10 - Pending plans to urbanize Dayfoot Street as part
of the broader residential development expected to fully begin this
spring in Beeton, has hit a patch of opposition from DA Jones Avenue
residents, concerned about losing the trees that run along the back of
their lots between Kate Aitken Crescent and Danielle Gate.
Posted February 9 - The now 21-year-old female who pleaded guilty to
the second degree murder of Steve Garnier, 24, of Alliston on
June 23, 2012, was back in a Barrie courtroom today, seeking to be
sentenced as a youth. The Crown is seeking an adult sentence.
9 - Ken Beattie has been cleared to start construction
on the first phase of his fledgling vodka distillery following council
approval last night to waive the requirement for site plan approval
prior to building permit issuance.
9 - The new owner of the 19th century home in Tottenham
locally referred to as the "Gables", has run into a 21st century
planning policy in New Tecumseth that if applied as written, would
require shaving off part of the house to widen the road on two sides
because it's located on the corner lot at Wilson and McGoey Street.
8 - A 42-year-old female from Loretto is in a Toronto
hospital with serious but non life-threatening injuries suffered in a
single vehicle crash early this morning on Cty Rd 27 in Bradford West
8 - A one week delay in council voting on proposed
increases to development
fees has led to a split action plan that retains the hikes on new
planning applications but postpones increasing the engineering
subdivision application review fee pending the results of a level of
8 - The planning consultant for Ken Beattie's pending
vodka distillery business is requesting council waive site plan
approval for the first phase of its construction to meet "pressing
commitments" to supply the LCBO by June.
Posted February 5 - Adjala-Tosorontio
councillors have approved commencing with the hiring process to add an
engineer to oversee the infrastructure services including public works,
planning and building departments as recommended in the recently tabled
BDO review of the organizational structure at the Township.
11 - The Central Division's top seed Tottenham Steam
will meet 8th seeded Orangeville in the opening round of Central
Division playoffs, while the second seed Alliston Coyotes will play
Grey Highlands when divisional quarterfinals get underway February 17.
The Steam defeated Bradford last night 8-1 and will play their final
game of the regular season at home Saturday night against Oshawa. The
Coyotes wrap up their regular season at the NTRC tonight against
Shelburne. Alliston and Tottenham wouldn't meet in the playoffs unless
they both reach the divisional finals.
Hornets make quick work of Cougars, on to semi's
Posted February 9
- The Alliston Hornets advanced to the GMOHL semi-finals with a 7-0 win
last night in Schomberg to clinch that series in four straight. Alliston
will play the lowest seed that advances. Joe Cochrane led the way with
four points - three assists and a goal. Devon Gillham and Mackenzie
Flewelling each chipped in a pair of goals. Single markers from Jackson
Arcan, and Jordan Schwartz, and three assists from Brady Martin. Mike
Masucci with the win and shutout in net. Tonight's action has Erin,
with its 2-1 series lead, hosts Huntsville; and Stayner travels to
Caledon with its 2-1 lead.
Hornets can clinch with road win tonight
8 - The Alliston Hornets 7-4 win last night at the NTRC
over Schomberg sets up the potential sweep of the Cougars with a
victory tonight at the Trisan Centre. Stephen Nosad's three point night
Sunday puts him atop the early playoff scoring lead with 10 points, two
ahead of teammate Brady Martin. In the other series, 7th seed Erin has
a 2-1 lead over second seed Huntsville; 6th seed Penetang holds a 2-1
lead over 3rd seed Midland; and 4th seed Stayner is 2-1 on 5th seed
Posted February 8
- The Tottenham Steam have secured home ice advantage throughout the
Russell Cup playoffs with two games remaining before they start Feb.
17. The Steam, playing in their second season in the GMHL, lead the
central division with 78 points, seven more than second place Alliston,
which has one game left. The Coyotes end the regular season at home
Thursday night against Shelburne. Tottenham is in Bradford Wednesday,
then finishes at home Saturday against Oshawa. The first playoff round
is best of five. Tottenham will play either Orangeville or Colborne
(both tied with 30 points with two games remaining). Alliston will meet
Posted February 9 - An
information meeting for the program called 'It Takes a Village to Raise
a Child', will take place on Wed., Feb. 17 at 3 pm for the purpose of
recruiting mentors from the community.
8 - Procyon Wildlife will be holding a Volunteer
Orientation session on Sat., March 5 at 1:00 pm at the Tottenham
Community Centre (Lions Club Room). Procyon, a registered charity
dedicated to rehabilitating orphaned and injured wildlife. requires
volunteers in animal care, fundraising, education and site improvement.
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