The Municipality of Kincardine is hosting a community workshop focused on its Waterfront Master Plan. “Attendance at our August session was great. The community is passionate about our waterfront, so registration helps us know how many to expect,” says Director of Community Services Jayne Jagelewski. “The focus is on one and a half kilometers of […]
Two single-term councillors are looking to replace outgoing mayor Barb Clumpus with residents concerned about massive waterfront developments and a landscape-altering energy project. Ross Kentner and Paul Vickers put forth their visions for leading municipal government during a period of time both called pivotal at the Bognor Community Hall Thursday night. The mayoral all-candidates meeting […]
An important step has been taken to progress the development of Cedar Crescent Village in Port Elgin.
Now’s your chance to share your vision for Kincardine’s waterfront. The Municipality of Kincardine is currently creating a master plan for its shoreline and is asking the public to weigh in through a series of events, which began with a “come-and-go” information session held on Aug. 25. “People are passionate about the waterfront and it’s […]
The Municipality of Kincardine is moving an event planned for tonight (August 25th) indoors.
The plan aims to create a vision and framework that will provide direction for the future of Kincardine’s waterfront parks.
Summerfolk Music and Crafts Festival opens for its 47th season Friday night, ready to welcome people back like old times, now that no provincial pandemic restrictions for such gatherings remain. The gate opens to Owen Sound’s three-day waterfront festival at 4:30 p.m., with the music starting at 6 and running through to 1 a.m. On […]
A local history museum paired with the public library would make for an “exciting” combination at the Discovery Centre on Hamilton’s west harbour, Mayor Fred Eisenberger says. Read the full story by the Hamilton Spectator. Read the full story
A development company behind a proposal to build a waterfront hotel and spa as well as eight residential buildings at 226 Boucher St. E – the site of the former Stanley Knight flooring factory in Meaford – is now appealing its application to the province. The Municipality of Meaford announced in a media release Thursday […]
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A $33.5-million vision has emerged for Port Stanley’s waterfront.
The next step is for the project developer to get a building permit within the next three months and has agreed to complete the project within two years after that.
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