Monday, November 19, 2007

Monday November 19th 2007

The cold weather is settling in. Despite that, our Remembrance Day ceremonies showed that this Town is full of warm hearts. We had the biggest turn-out yet at the Cenotaph to honour our soldiers and veterans.

An interesting couple of items at Town last week:

1) Discussions started on how much your municipal politicians should be paid. This is usually a prelude to an increase and always contentious.
2) The Town reviewed a request to hold a “wakeboard event” in Little Lake Park. At the same meeting we heard that the Park has also just been designated as a “Provincially Significant Wetland”. A debate is about to start on future uses of the Park.
If any of your want to comment on these items, please do so.

Wednesday November 21st at 7pm sees us sitting down at the Town again to discuss the Pesticide issue. Hopefully we can start moving this towards some form of closure.

And the Good for Life Group is sponsoring a free skate at the Recreation Centre on Friday November the 30th at 6:15pm. All are welcome.

Gord McKay

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