Tag Archives: development

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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The Devil’s in the Details

“Ice storm Tuesdays” cancelled a couple of meetings contributing to January and February being relatively quiet months on Council.  Yet, working away in the background, a few changes have been made that could have a big effect on the way … Continue reading

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Advocacy and Resident Budget Comment

One role of Council is to lobby other levels of government for changes that will benefit South Frontenac. The following are a few issues we have commented on recently. Most resolutions were passed unanimously. “Cap and Trade” The province’s “Cap … Continue reading

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Loons Lost and Found

(Our short story about nature recovering from development won the Frontenac Arch Biosphere story contest last year) We thought the new Mitchell Creek Bridge would be a disaster for the loons: and it was.  But like all dark clouds the silver lining … Continue reading

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