Posted April 20 -
Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) today issued a
fourth-quarter (January to March, 2018) payment of $962,960 to the Town
of Innisfil for hosting OLG Slots at Georgian Downs.
Posted April 18 -
Simcoe County councillors will be asked next Tuesday morning to support
a recommendation triggering the creation of a formal business plan,
including the financial implications of developing a two phase "Campus
Continuum model that includes additional seniors housing and amenities"
anchored by a 160-bed redevelopment of Simcoe Manor.
Posted April 17
- The Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (formerly Ontario
Municipal Board) has set a September 6 date to hear an appeal by
2221465 Ontario Inc, related to its application to develop a gas
station, car wash and convenience store at south east corner of King
and Victoria Street in Alliston.
Posted April 17 -
Bradford West Gwillimbury's $85 million multi-year public facilities
plans include a future Joint Operations Centre to service the community
of Bond Head, which is approved for approximately 1,500 residential
units and expected to grow from 500 to a population of 4,400.
Posted April 16 -
Nearly 18 months after a request was filed, the Ministry of
Environment has determined New Tecumseth will not be required to
undertake an individual environmental assessment for the proposed
extension of the water pipeline to Tottenham.
Posted April 16
- The Loaves and Fishes growing project, whose fields are located
throughout Simcoe County, will be holding its spring launch and
information session this Wednesday, April 18 at St. John's Anglican
Church, 29 Church Street, Cookstown.
Members of the project either dedicate a section of their land to grow
a crop used to respond to emergency hunger, or get together to rent
land, or raise funds for inputs. For more information, contact Kevin
Eisses at email@example.com,
The program is a component of the Canadian
Foodgrains Bank, a partnership of 15 churches and church agencies
working together to end global hunger.
lay charge in online threat to Banting last week
Posted April 11 -
Nottawasaga OPP reported this morning a youth who posted an online
threat directed at Banting Memorial High School in Alliston on Tues.,
April 3, has now been charged.
cream wars' fallout continues on home occupation signage Posted April 10 -
On the heels of New Tecumseth council's bid last year to shutdown a
home based ice cream shop in Alliston, which did not succeed in
court, comes further restrictions on permitted signage proposed to be
incorporated into the Town's sign-bylaw.
deny DC payment extension
Posted April 10 -
New Tecumseth council rejected an Alliston developer's request for up
to a one year extension to pay approximately $1 million in development
charges for the water, wastewater, and transportation component, that's
due May 25.
builder seeks delay in DC payments
Posted April 9 -
Oxnard Developments, which is building 59 semis and townhomes
around the Kingsmere site at Industrial Parkway and King Street, is
seeking up to a year delay in paying the hard services component of
development charges, of which in this situation equates to
approximately $1 million for phase two. Letters: firstname.lastname@example.org