Sunday, May 16, 2010

Sunday May 16, 2010

Ladies and Gentlemen

Summer has returned and with it two of my favorite pastimes - mowing the lawn and digging dandelions. Well it beats shoveling snow.

A quiet week for the Town. If you drop by the Town offices you will see that they are making great progress on building the addition. Next month they will break into the existing Council chamber, so your Council will have to relocate to the NSSRC. Not sure whether we will still be on TV, so your summer may be quieter than usual.

Other groups are keeping the Town busy though:
On Monday the North Simcoe Communities Futures organization continues its work on Business Expansion and Retention with a meeting about local job skills and training
On Tuesday afternoon the Physician Recruitment organization thanks its volunteers with a reception at Ste. Marie
On Wednesday afternoon our Georgian College campus hosts an innovative event called “Thought Leadership”. Some 40 local business leaders will meet to discuss how Georgian can help invigorate the local economy.
On Thursday May 20th Community Living Huronia kicks off its Dreams to Reality campaign with a special exhibition at the Quest Gallery. Starting at 5:00 pm., it’s well worth visiting.

Many of you are have asked about the water test results at the Town’s Sundowner Road/Balm Beach Rd. location. Your best source of information is to call the Town at 526-4275. Water testing is continuing on private wells in the area. Those results are expected this week .I will let you know as soon as the Town releases any more information.

Gord McKay

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