30 - An eight page summary of the OPP's
Investigation' of the Township of Adjala Tosorontio concluded
investigators could not find any "criminal offence" because "the
incomplete record for the various decisions made by the corporation
about enhancements to post-retirement benefits limits the ability to
conclusively determine what occurred in each transaction."
30 - The Township of Adjala Tosorontio issued the
following press release this afternoon signed by mayor Mayor Mary Small
Brett in response to the release of the OPP's "Post Retirement Benefits
29 - Two men from London, whose alleged crime spree was
spread across southern and Central Ontario, including three robberies
in New Tecumseth, were arrested Tuesday after police executed a search
warrant at a residence in London.
Press photo by Tony Veltri
at St. Paul's Cemetery
29 - Nottawasaga OPP are currently investigating vandalism
damage to at least one grave site at St. Paul's Cemetery in Alliston.
At this post, no further details were confirmed. More details when they
29 - Paul Heck, who spent the past year as Director and
Chair of the Finance
Committee reporting to Stevenson Memorial Hospital's (SMH) Board of
Directors, has been appointed its Chief Financial and Information
29 - The Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB)
announced last night its Director of Education, Kathi
Wallace, will retire on Dec. 31 after seven years in the post, and 39
years with the board that started as an Alliston Union Public School
29 - Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB)
trustees last night approved extending the date for approving new local
French Immersion program locations until March 31, 2017, to allow
for an Attendance Area Review (AAR) to take place for the new east
Alliston public school.
28 - Adjala Tosorontio council's special in camera
meeting held this morning involved a presentation by the OPP detailing
results of their investigation into the issue of post retirement
benefits alleged to have been extended for current retirees from 75 to
80 outside the council approval process.
28 - Nottawasaga OPP reported this morning charges are
pending in two vehicle collision yesterday afternoon in Essa Township,
that required one woman to be airlifted to Toronto hospital, where she
remains in stable condition.
28 - Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) received
official endorsement from the Central LHIN's Board yesterday afternoon,
for its Stage 1 submission to the Capital Branch of the Ministry of
Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC) for its $136 million redevelopment
27 - Nottawasaga OPP reported this morning they
arrested and charged an 18-year-old male from Beeton in connection to
the window smashing spree last week at Tecumseth Beeton Public School.
27 - Simcoe County council today decided against
implementing recommendations from its solid waste management department
(SWM) that would have made utilizing a green bin for diversion of
organics mandatory to be eligible for weekly curbside collection.
Posted September 26 - Adjala
Tosorontio council is holding a special meeting Wednesday morning
(Sept. 28) and its main agenda item is in camera, identified only as
"litigation or potential litigation."
23 - Central LHIN's Board of Directors meet for the
first time since June,
on Tuesday (Sept. 27) and included on their agenda is a motion
supporting Stevenson Memorial Hospital's (SMH) Stage 1 (proposal)
23 - Nottawasaga OPP reported this morning they
arrested and charged four people from the GTA after executing a search
warrant at an 8th Line property near Beeton, Tuesday, seizing
approximately 500 marijuana plants valued at half million dollars.
30 - The 4-0 Alliston Hornets play host tonight to the
4-1 Huntsville Otters with sole possession of first place on the line
early in the new season. Puck drop at 7:30 at the NTRC. Alliston
travels to Midland tomorrow night for a 7:30 start. The Hornets also
annouced they reacquired Drake Board, who played with the team in 2012.
The 20-year-old forward spent the past three seasons with the Aurora
Tigers Jr. A team. He's expected in the line-up for tonight's game.
Civics, Steam at opposite ends
30 - The New Tecumseth Civics (formerly Alliston
Coyotes) are 8-0 and sit four points on the other GMHL teams following
6-2 win Wednsday over the Bradford Bulls, and 4-2 victory last night at
home over Meaford. Meanwhile, the defending GMHL champion Tottenham
Steam are 0-6-2, including a 19-2 drubbing at the hands of Komoka (west
of London) Dragons, on Sept. 26. The Steam are home tomorrow night to
play the 3-2 Toronto Predators. Game time 7 pm at Tottenham Arena.
26 - Ernie Dean whose GM brand dealership has been part
of the local landscape for more than 30 years, passed away Sunday at
Good Samaritan. Mr. Dean was in his 76th year. Visitation will be held
at Drury Funeral Centre 519 Victoria St. E., Alliston on Tuesday
September 27, 2016 from 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be
held at St. Paul the Apostle Church 190 King St. S., Alliston on
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.
23 - New Tecumseth's flags are flying at half mast to
mark the passing of Oakla Gray, a former mayor of Alliston from 1974 to
1985. Mr. Gray, who also served as a Reeve, Deputy Reeve, and
Councillor, passed away yesterday (Sept. 22) in Stevenson Memorial
Hospital, one week shy of his 89th birthday (Sept. 29). Visitation will
be held at DRURY FUNERAL CENTRE, 519 Victoria St. E. Alliston on
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 from 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 p.m. Funeral
service will be held in the chapel on Thursday, September 29, 2016 at
11:00 a.m. Interment Alliston Union Cemetery.
26 - A 4-1 win over the Orangeville Giants have crowned
the New Lowell Knights as North Dufferin Baseball League (NDBL)
champions for a second straight year.
Young paces Hornets with 10 point weekend
26 - The Alliston Hornets piled on the goals in wins
over Caledon, 7-2 Friday night at home, then 6-2 win in Orillia
Saturday. Ryan Young, playing in his first season with the Hornets
after two years with the Jr A Newmarket Hurricanes, had five
point nights in each game. Stephen Nosad registered six points,
including four in the win over Orillia. The first battle for first
place comes this Friday night when 4-1 Huntsville makes the trip to
play the 4-0 Hornets. Game time 7:30.
26 - Story Dogs of New Tecumseth is looking for children
who have difficulty reading to come to a New Tecumseth Public Library
and read to a Story Dog. The program runs for eight weeks and starts
early October. It is free and run by volunteers. The program has its
insurance paid for by CRIC, a great supporter of our New Tecumseth
community.Contact Carolyn Milne at 905.729.4298 or Carolyn.firstname.lastname@example.org
or ask at any of the three New Tecumseth libraries about this program
that has been running for over 10 years and claims many success stories
in improving a child's reading ability.
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