Only 6,230 Owen Sound residents voted in the 2022 municipal election and although the figure is low the perception is improved when viewed in comparison to the city’s municipal neighbours. Read More
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Department of Natural Resources has restarted efforts to set standards for bacteria in groundwater after conservatives on the agency’s policy board killed the attempt in February.
The Wisconsin State Journal reported that the board on Wednesday authorized a public hearing and comment period on a new rule-making process to set groundwater standards for E.
How city council votes on a planned infill development in what one resident calls an “upscale” London neighbourhood is a harbinger of how committed it is to residential intensification, the project’s consultant says. The proposed townhouse development at 489 Upper Queen St. – formerly the site of a single-family home near the Highland Country Club […]
Snow squall warnings and winter weather travel advisories are in effect throughout Grey-Bruce, with heavy flurries expected until Sunday.
Plans are in the works to erect a bandshell at Bluewater Park in Wiarton. At its meeting on Aug. 2, South Bruce Peninsula council gave approval for the construction of the bandshell in an area of the park near an old fish cleaning hut now used as a storage shed just off William Street. The […]
Huron County’s CAO believes council can be proud of its pandemic response. “The pandemic response was quite significant as a result of the work that Huron County council did. Certainly the county was involved and participated in the coordination of the mass vax clinics that were so important in Huron County,” said CAO Meighan Wark. […]
By Keith Schneider, Circle of Blue
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