Coun. Wendy Cheropita, who sat beside Stuart McCormack at the council table, says his resignation is a great loss to council. (File photo)
Stuart McCormack has resigned from Niagara-on-the-Lake town council, with a letter to council and the media explaining his position.
It comes as no surprise that there would be no further word from him for the … [Read more...] about Councillor who resigned a person of ‘honesty, integrity’
Gary Zalepa, now NOTL's regional councillor, began his political career when, as the ninth-place candidate, he was appointed to town council.(File photo)
While there are options under the municipal act for replacing former town councillor Stuart McCormack, who sent a letter of resignation to the Town and the media last Wednesday, there is a history … [Read more...] about Town history shows tradition of appointing ninth candidate
Coun. Gary Burroughs talks to 2018 council candidate Sandra O’Connor at a meeting to discuss the Town’s tree bylaw. O’Connor was representing the NOTL Conservancy tree bylaw committee. (File photo)
Although there are other options for replacing the vacant seat left by the resignation of Stuart McCormack, if councillors follow tradition, they may … [Read more...] about O’Connor waits for decision on ‘what’s best for town’
Resident Bill Krahn showed this photo to council Monday evening, saying the situation has become considerably worse. (Photo supplied)
Eighteen homeowners in St. Davids are hoping the Town will right a wrong they believe goes back almost 15 years, and which continues to make their lives a misery, especially during hot, dry summers like this … [Read more...] about Residents ask for resolution to ongoing dust problem
Welcoming signs might encourage pedestrians to use the street, merchants say. (Penny Coles)
Queen Street is closed to traffic for at least one more weekend, although some merchants would like to see the pilot project dropped now.
That was the hope of the owners of at least one store, and they say they are not alone.
Shauna Dickson of Irish … [Read more...] about Street closure continues, with mixed reactions from merchants
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