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McNaughton: Vital to have local input on new casino development
"You can't ever go wrong when you let people decide," said Lambton Kent Middlesex MPP Monte McNaughton regarding his first private members bill regarding new casinos.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-04 14:05:58



MP weighs in on tele-communication tower concerns Dek:
More than 100 Port Franks residents came out to an open information meeting April 20th at the Port Franks Community Centre with the issue being cellular antennas - in residential areas.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-04 14:05:57



Not so Pro a go for 2012
Lambton Shores Council would like to see higher fees for beach use and the annual Not So Pro is an event they would like to see do just that. Not So Pro 2012 was given approval with agreement conditions.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-25 21:12:50



Dragon's den for delegate for sunscreen business
It is a no for a Lambton Shores delegate who wants to set up a tent at Grand Bend's beach to spray sunscreen on beach goers.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-25 21:12:50



Estimated tax rate increase 1.98% - estimated levy 7.9% increase
The estimated tax rate increase of 1.98% was the final number for Lambton Shores budget deliberations last week which makes the increase for the tax levy 7.91%.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-25 21:12:49



Wardens plan to battle province, says warden
The West Wardens' Caucus is ready to take on the province.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-25 21:12:48



Grand Bend Optimist want YMCA to help out with programs
The idea of the YMCA helping out the Grand Bend Optimist came back to council on April 2 with mixed reviews from members.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-18 12:23:14



County OKs Benmiller bridge project
Huron County councillors agree with public works director Dave Laurie's contention that the lowest bidder shouldn't always get the job.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-18 12:23:13



Project aims to bring back trees
A new project is aiming at helping county residents see the forest for its trees.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-18 12:23:12





Live chat: Why you hate the Canucks
Join NHL writers Hosea Cheung and Ken Wiebe as they chat live Wednesday about the league's most hated team, the Vancouver Canucks.Check in here atWatch Video [...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-11 13:31:54



Wind companies explain Community Vibrancy
Even with the outbursts from the gallery, Derek Dudek, NextEra Energy Canada, Community Relations updated Lambton Shores council regarding the Jericho WEC Project. They hope to begin construction in late summer 2013.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-11 13:31:53



Blowing in the wind, rural residents take their fight to Toronto
Hundreds of rural residents, including many from Lambton and Huron counties, brought their impassioned fight against industrial wind turbines to Canada's most populous city last Tuesday.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-11 13:31:53



Dysfunction junction says reader
In the March 28th edition of the Lakeshore Advance, I read with utter astonishment, but with no surprise, about the latest misadventures at Lambton Shores Council.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-11 13:31:52



Council directs deputy mayor to follow constraints of Environmental Assessment
Follow the current Environmental Assessment and the Master Plan so the government money is saved, was the message Lambton Shores council gave deputy mayor Elizabeth Davis Dagg for the next Grand Bend sewage working group meeting.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-11 13:31:51



100 potential jobs down the drain, Lambton Shores not open for business
Fincore Developments has chosen to walk away from their proposed project in Grand Bend siting capacity challenges as their reason.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-28 11:53:11



Deputy mayor will sit on new committee
It was decided in a vote last week that Lambton Shores deputy mayor Elizabeth Davis Dagg will be the member on the Grand Bend sewer treatment facility working group - an arm of the tri-municipal board.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-28 11:53:10



Council receives and files Adhoc report for future use Dek:
There were mixed reactions when Dr. Carl Belke PhD presented the report regarding Zones 3 and 4-sewer collection systems and their relationship to the new sanitary treatment facility. Lambton Shores council was appreciative of all the work this committee did in the lengthy report.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-28 11:53:10



Bluewater nixes new Grand Bend sewage committee
Bluewater council danced around the idea of further involvement with the Grand Bend sewage treatment plant, but ultimately decided against joining a new committee for the project.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-28 11:53:09



Stephanie Purdy wins prestigious food award - by bringing the best to Ontario tables!
It's the Oscars of the Ontario Food World and Lambton County is firmly at centre stage thanks to Stephanie Purdy, VP of Purdy Fisheries - her family owned and operated fishery that's been in business since 1900.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-21 14:53:41



Treatment plant board creates working group
It took more than an hour last week to come up with a motion for a new working group, being a branch of the Grand Bend Sewer Treatment Facility (STF) Board, to look at cheaper options that meet the scope of what their Environmental Assessment for the treatment plant states.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-21 14:53:40



Conservation Award presented to two watershed couples
Two couples from Ausable Bayfield watersheds have been named as Conservationists of the Year at an awards ceremony held on Thursday, March 15, 2012 near Exeter.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-21 14:53:40



Updates on Lambton Shores budget
In C.A.O. report Chief Administrative Officer John Byrne provided a status update on the 2012 Budget review, and noted the net change for the 2012 to date represents a 1.49% in the tax rate.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-21 14:53:39



Council looks for community input regarding safety zone
First reading for a Community Safety Zone on Grand Bend's Ontario Street South has received first reading and referred to the ward councillors for community input.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-21 14:53:38



Community group releases Conservation Strategy guiding document
A community group worked for a year to create a new Conservation Strategy which will set the mission, vision, and direction for conservation efforts in Ausable Bayfield watersheds for years to come. This long-term guiding document was released at a ceremony held March 15, 2012 near Exeter.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-21 14:53:37



Red, purple and orange for 2012
Its "Red, Purple and Orange" for 2012 . Pictured above are some members of the 2011 committee. Thanks to the ongoing support of the community, volunteers, Council and staff, Lambton Shores received the coveted invitation to participate again at the national level for CIB.[...]
Newspaper: Laheshore Advance
Feed: Lakeshore Advance's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-03-21 14:53:36



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