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Who’s In-Charge, Anyway?

Residents concerned about the Johnson’s Point Condominium development took videos of areas on The Point that appear to have been cleared. The conditions of approval for the development state that: “all vegetation, with the exception of invasive species, shall be … Continue reading

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Sydenham Main Street Improvement Proposals

The following proposals for improving the main streets of Sydenham were made and prioritized by the residents of Sydenham and the surrounding area.  Residents were contacted for their ideas.  Some were communicated directly to the Councillors.  Others were presented and … Continue reading

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OMB Out, Main Streets In and Local Food for All

This is my 41th Councillor report.  These reports have helped me think seriously about Township issues and sparked many interesting and productive conversations.  Your comments on my comments were great.  Thank you. The OMB is No More On April 1, … Continue reading

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What Would Improve Sydenham’s Main Streets?

Public Meeting What Would Improve Sydenham’s Main Streets? Community Room, Sydenham Library Saturday, April 7, 10am-11:30am South Frontenac is receiving a grant of $51,837 dollars to revitalize the Township’s main streets. Council is considering how to spend this money. Your … Continue reading

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Bedford-Portland Road Site Plan

The link is to a site plan PDF for the Bedford-Portland Road reconstruction project.  It is small but can be blown up for greater detail. Please contact me or South Frontenac Public Works if you have any questions. Bedford Road … Continue reading

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Too Many Plants; Too Little Staff

Invasive Species Strategy Giant Hog Weed, Wild Parsnip, Phragmites, Dog-Strangling Vine, Buckthorn, Purple Loosestrife, Eurasian Milfoil, just to name a few, are uninvited plant guests to our area.  Now what to do with them? The Conservation Authority hosted a seminar … Continue reading

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New Year Blahs and Money

The first month, under Council’s new rules of procedure, was slow.  There were only three meetings: a Council meeting, a Committee of the Whole meeting and a Corporate Affairs Committee. Rutledge Speed Reduction Hits Bump. The new rules are partially … Continue reading

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